Get assured approval by Google for Adsense account!!!
Gone are the days when people easily got their adsense accounts approved. But now, Google has become a lot more strict than ever before.
Most of the bloggers suffer from the most common problem and that is getting disapproved by Google for adsense. If you are one of those rejected or blacklisted bloggers, I feel sorry about that. But if you are going to re-apply for Google adsense, you must read every single word of this post till the end.
Here are some of the guidelines that must be kept in mind before signing up for getting assured approval by Google for adsense to get assured approval.
1) Sitemap and robots.txt file You must create a sitemap.xml and robots.txt file for your blog and upload these files to the root folder of your domain. You may refer my older post How to create and upload sitemap.xml file. These files help Google deeply crawl every single post of your blog.
2) Whois database correction You also need to confirm that the whois details of your website are your own details and the same details must be provided at the time of registering for Google adsense. You can check your whois details at www.port43whois.com.
Google is a highly reputed adsense company and it must maintain it’s standards. It can not provide ads to such a blog which does not even have enough quantity of stuff. You must put a good amount of content on your blog and update it regularly for maintaining the freshness of the blog. I personally recommend you to maintain approximately 4-5 categories and 6-7 posts in each of these categories. That means nearly 25-30 posts in all.
Google will not bear any kind of copyrighted content on your blog. You can either keep copyrighted content or Google ads on your blog. Write genuine and unique content. Copyrighted content is the most common mistake that bloggers should avoid before thinking to get their adsense accounts approved by Google. Quality Guidelines also include grammatical mistakes and spelling mistakes which can lead to the rejection of your request. So it is better to spend a few more minutes on post writing than facing disapproval of adsense account.
Don’t apply using sub-domain
If you have created sub-domain on your blog, don’t use it’s url while applying for Google adsense. You must apply using your root-domain. After getting ad codes, you can place them on your sub-domain as well.
This post was written by
Rahul Pahal – who has written 12 posts on Just4R.
Hey guys, my name is Rahul Pahal. I am 17 by age. I keep on discovering new techniques to improve my blogging and also love to share my knowledge on blogging with my blog's readers. You can stay in touch with my blog for regular tips and tricks to improve your blogging and search engine optimization.