Getting Your Site Approved For Google AdSense

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on January 12, 2010
Posted Under: Google AdSense

As we all know, Google’s AdSense is a great way for newcomers to start earning money right away on the Internet, however getting your site approved for Google AdSense can be a problem if you don’t follow some simple suggestions.                  google-eye-adsense

First of all, Google is not as persnickety as they make themselves out to be, and it doesn’t take months of website development to get an approval.   In fact your site can be approved in as little as a few days, and sometimes even less.

There are really just two tricks you need to learn.

    1 – Set up and start with a blogger hosted website or blog.   Blogger is a part of Google, and your site will get indexed a thousand percent faster starting out with Blogger.   You can always change later.
    2 – Make your blog, or website look like you will be providing nothing but content.    DO NOT set it up with any advertisements right out of the box!

The less selling you appear to be doing on your approval site, the better off you will be.

Your primary goal should be getting your site approved for Google AdSense.

Once you’re approved, you can use the pub code on any website you want without having to go through the entire process again.

Concentrate on putting nothing but good unique content on your approval site, and follow up with more content.
The most important thing you can do when dealing with Google, is to ALWAYS PROVIDE GOOD UNIQUE CONTENT on your websites or blogs.

In addition to the two main tricks noted above; you should also focus on these three elements for getting your site approved for Google AdSense.

1 – The Look And Feel Of Your Site

    Google doesn’t want their AdSense ads placed on a website that looks like a piece of garbage.
    On the other hand, they don’t expect everyone to come up with a $1,000 to $20,000 professionally designed website.
    Make your website presentable by following the industry standards for website usability.
    Don’t have a tacky website with unprofessional color combination, wild graphics, and distracting backgrounds.  In short, use your common sense!

2 – Provide A Reasonable Amount Of Good Content

    Again, the most important thing you need to do is submit at least 15 to 20 pages of good article content, or resources.
    As I already stated, Google believes in good content. So if you try to get your website or blog approved with just 4 or 5 pages; you will probably strike out the first time your site is submitted.

3 – Get Some Traffic To Your Site

    Although there is a common belief that Google will not accept your site without any web traffic; that is NOT necessarily the case.
    However, the chances of getting your site approved for Google AdSense are greatly improved when you already have some web traffic.

Here are some nifty tricks you can use for getting traffic fast.

  • Grab 15 to 25 good article content from a quality article directory like, or, and place them on your website, or blog.  Just remember to include the source of the articles.
  • Create a simple website using the articles that you picked up from the article directory.   Place the articles in a logical order on your site, with a contact page, a standard privacy policy, and a typical disclaimer.   That’s your site!
  • Before submitting your website to Google for approval, be sure to make a few posts at a couple forums with your website URL in the signature file, to help you generate some immediate traffic to your site.

Getting your site approved for Google AdSense isn’t rocket science, it just takes some knowledge, some time, and a bit of effort to get that valued pub – code!

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