Google Adsense Application Approval

by AJ3
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Hello everyone, I've a website I've been preparing to apply to Google Adsense with. I've researched this for a while and believe I could be close to ready to being ready to have my website ready to get approved to be in Google Adsense and I want to hear some more of others opinions on what need's to be there on a website or blog to be able to get it approved for Google Adsense in 2013.

I've heard many say stuff like as long as you follow the policies, and stuff like some of their beliefs on minimum requirements, like having atleast around 30 articles posted on your website and stuff like that too.. I want to know some newer opinions though. I'd like to hear some more about everyone's thoughts on Google Adsense approval in 2013.
#adsense #application #approval #google
  • Profile picture of the author StillSEO
    I got my adsense account like 4 years ago.. I would insist you not to break too much of ur head on this.. Just make sure the following is followed:

    * Website is atleast 6 months old.
    * Quality & Informative content
    * Contact Us & Privacy Policy Page added.
    * Submit your site to Google Webmasters tool & add it to Google Analytic.
    * Atleast 3 articles are added every week.

    The above is more than enough at the best of my knowledge. Best of Luck.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by StillSEO View Post

      I got my adsense account like 4 years ago.. I would insist you not to break too much of ur head on this.. Just make sure the following is followed:

      * Website is atleast 6 months old.
      * Quality & Informative content
      * Contact Us & Privacy Policy Page added.
      * Submit your site to Google Webmasters tool & add it to Google Analytic.
      * Atleast 3 articles are added every week.

      The above is more than enough at the best of my knowledge. Best of Luck.
      Having a website that is 6 months old is a requirement for many outside the US.
      Privacy policy is now built-in.

      The rest is just "fluff" that is not needed for adsense, and really makes
      no sense in this context.

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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    I've heard somethings like having a site that is:
    *Functional
    *Has Unique Reasonably Written Content
    *Atleast around 20-40 articles posted
    *Sitemap Submitted or Something Like that
    *Contact Us, Privacy Policy, etc page included

    and some other things. I've also heard some stuff like that the site doesn't have to be 6 months old if you live in the united states and that it doesn't have to have a lot of traffic either. Does anyone else think they might know much how all this is in 2013 too?
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  • Profile picture of the author iSucceed
    Welcome to WF!

    In my opinion, I'd say, make sure your website is getting significant traffic before applying for Adsense. Not only because it may increase your chances of being approved, but because you will start earning ad dollars that makes sense - right away.

    No traffic, No ad dollars. (BTW, you never want to click on your own ads. It's the easiest way to get banned for good).

    Additionally, see: Adsense Policy Beginners Guide and Inside Adsense to get you started in the right direction.

    Good luck!

    -iSucceed
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    Anyone else willing to share some of their thoughts on some of all this too?
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    I've heard some stuff like that too before. Did you mean something like trying to incorporate youtube video content in my website to try to make it look more content filled or to try to apply to adsense through signing up as a youtube partner or something like that?
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    Might anyone else be willing to share some thoughts on any of this too?
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Just apply for the account, all they can say is yes or no. If you have a legit site & privacy policy, go for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    I appreciate it.. after I have my site a little more ready I'll try to implement the code back in, I'm gonna try to have it more the way I want it soon before the I put the code back on. I'd love to be working with them soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author koreancowboy
    Why do you want Adsense?
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    I provide consulting for companies that use Adobe AEM...you can check out what I've done so far.

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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    I've heard a lot of interesting things about Google Adsense and I feel like it could be one of the best options for me at the moment, it's a long story. Might you know of a program like Google Adsense that you think could be better for me?
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    • Profile picture of the author NitalJoshi
      Originally Posted by AJ3 View Post

      I've heard a lot of interesting things about Google Adsense and I feel like it could be one of the best options for me at the moment, it's a long story. Might you know of a program like Google Adsense that you think could be better for me?
      your right but can it for any blog or specific
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    I figured it could be for most.. do you think you might know much about possible requirements?
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    Might anyone else be willing to say something about all this too?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sweersz
    I've had a website approved by Google Adsense a few months ago when it was only 2 weeks old! However, I've been an Adsense publisher since 2010 so it may be harder for you trying to get your site approved for the account itself (I was invited to Adsense because I had a popular YouTube video way back when so I don't know how hard it is to be approved through an application).

    For what it's worth, my site had a disclaimer, a contact page, and a privacy policy. They don't have to be detailed at all; they just have to be concise.

    If your website conforms with Google's quality guidelines, you're in great shape. Just try it. If they say no, take time in making your site cooler and then reapply... No big deal.
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    I appreciate it, I'm gonna try to put the code back on my site and try to get approved soon. I believe I should be able to get approved.. From what I heard, I could already be approved through Youtube, it's a long story.
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  • Profile picture of the author umughal147
    It has become too hard these days to get the Adsense account in Pakistan, India and China due to policy violation. But if you have done some hard work, you can get the adsense approved account in short span of time.
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  • Profile picture of the author ronrule
    Put it on your oldest, most "reputable" website (something like a personal blog or a real resource that isn't "SEO'd") to get the account opened.

    Once it's open, you can put the code on any other sites you own.
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    Hmm, alright.. any more possible requirements for initial approval?
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  • Profile picture of the author isoaudit
    Google use two steps verification process to complete your Ad Sense application review. First step they verify your email address, site address, residential address etc.
    1. Adsense ad code not implemented in your blog (They not create and paste ad codes inside their blog)
    2. You wrongly paste Adsense codes inside iFrame
    3. Google Adsense crawler can not access website pages ( some times your robot.txt file contain command to unindex or block pages)
    4. Crawler report is updated weekly
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    Hmm, alright..well, do you think you might know much about possible requirements or things that can be done to make sure an account gets approved for sure?
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  • Profile picture of the author dadafarash
    Hello, what you should do is to follow what it says google panda, it's the new algorithm of google, please follow the standards for siteweb, writing articles, Search Engine Optimization
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ3
    I appreciate the response, I mean't something more like around the amount of pages needed and stuff like that.. I've been thinking about trying to finalize my account with Strontium.TV but I've also thought about trying to get my account approved with other domain names. Could you or someone else share some of their thoughts on Strontium.TV in it's current state or some of that other stuff?
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