Quite a lot of new bloggers still find it difficult getting their google adsense account approved due to one reason or the other. Lots of people get desperate typing search queries in google such as google adsense approval trick, 24hrs google adsense approval and so on. Lots of people even paid some individuals in a bid to buy an already approved google adsense account. It’s undisputed that google adsense remains the easiest way to monetize a blog and for this reason, there’s so much clamor just to get an approval from google. In recent times, google adsense team even tightens up the approval thingy by making it a two-stage process.
Just of recent, thousands of publishers were banned from the adsense program and lots of hopes were dashed. Some of my friends in bloggers lab on facebook were affected by the massive ban. Relating closely with some of them made me realize most of the banned accounts were approved through third party sites. You can apply through some third party sites and get your google adsense account approved but I never wrote about any of these sites once. I’m quite aware of them but i never considered them a good option because it all looks shady. Some of these sites include:
They are all independent publishing platforms where you can get your google adsense account approved in 24 hours, or even less, and I’m not implying that all accounts approved through third party sites always get banned eventually, I’m only saying it’s not such a good idea getting your adsense approved via third party sites. The adsense team always review sites from time to time and any discrepancy might make your already approved account get suspended.
To get your blog approved by google directly, you can follow these guidelines:
1. Give your blog some time to grow, I suggest three months and be sure you have a decent traffic. A couple of hundred pageviews daily gives you a better chance
2. If you’re on blogspot, you have a better chance of getting approved with a custom domain but that doesn’t mean you won’t get approved with a blogspot sub domain either.
3. You should have up to 20-30 original posts/pages. Copying contents from other blogs won’t get you anywhere.
4. Your design also matters. Be sure your blog’s is designed in a way to make it look attractive. A blog with poorly arranged widgets scattered everywhere doesn’t stand much chance.
5. I suggest you shouldn’t have ads from other advertising companies like bidvertiser or chikita running on your blog when google comes to certify your blog. It’s only a suggested precaution though.
6. Be sure your blog complies with google’s terms of service. Your blog posts must not be based on topics not allowed by google such as, hacking, pornography, drugs, ammunition, warez, cracks, keygens and so on.
With the tips above taken into practice, I’m sure your adsense account will be approved and in case they reject your application, you can always try again. I know those who applied up to five times before getting approved. Good luck!