- Reasons Why Your Blog Got Rejected By Adsense.
- What are the Basic Requirements Of Adsense?
- My Personal Adsense Approval Tips to solve Low-Value Content (Most Important), and
- What to Do After Applying for Adsense Approval.
Different Reasons Why Your Blog Got Rejected by Adsense.
• Insufficient Content
– Your site must have some texts not only images or videos
– Also have sentences/paragraphs, not only headlines or headings
– Fully complete site, don’t apply if you have to change something on your site.
– Ad code should be placed on a live/visible page.
• Content Quality Issues
– The ad codes should not be placed on auto-generated
– Your content must be original.
– Must follow this webmaster guideline. Check out here
• Content Policy Violations
– Your site must follow all Adsense program policies. Check out AdSense program policies here.
• Site Navigation or Design Issues
– Your site must have clear and easy navigation to its visitors
– You should not have any redirections, restricted pages, lots of pop-ups, broken links, or pages under construction.
– You can check Adsense program policies here for more information.
• Issues with Your Traffic Sources
– No fake traffic sources, like paid to click, sending any rewarding emails.
– Must follow their landing page quality guidelines. Check out here.
– Must follow Webmaster guidelines too. Check out here.
• Unsupported language
– Your site language should be supported by Google Adsense. Check Adsense-supported languages here.
Now, Let’s check what are the basic requirements of Adsense.
Basic Requirements of Google Adsense
– You must be the owner of the site which you want to get approved.
– Your content must be own and unique.
– Your age must be 18+ years
– Minimum article length should be 350+ words
– Must have Clear & Easy Navigation
– Should not have any fake traffic sources.
– Site language must be supported language, check Adsense supported languages.
– No adult, piracy, or abusive content
– You should follow all Adsense program policies.
My Personal Google Adsense Approval Tips & Tricks and How to Fix Low-Value Content
– Write a minimum of 15+ posts with a length of 1200+ words each post.
- If you write 350 – 500 words per post, then you need to publish 35 – 40 posts
- If you write 500 – 800 words per post, then you need to publish 30 – 35 posts
- If you write 800 – 1000 words per post, then you need to publish 25 – 30 posts
- If you write 1000 – 1200 words per post, then you need to publish 15 – 20 posts
But, I would recommend you to write at least 20+ posts with an average of 1200+ words in each.
– All posts on your blog must have one image/video and that must be non-copyrighted.
– Your site must have a good interface, and be easy to navigate.
– Your blog must have good looking & authentic articles with proper ( headings, subheadings, paragraphs, images, labels, and proper grammar)
– Your domain should be at least 1 month old.
– Your all content should be self-written. No Copy-Paste work
– Your blog must have all important pages (i.e – About, Contact, Privacy, Terms & Condition, Disclaimer)
– Easy Navigation with everything perfectly aligned.
– Remove other third party Ad networks (If any)
– Remove all broken links or incomplete links (If any)
– Make sure your site doesn’t have any redirections.
So, this is my go-to checklist which I’m using to get my blogs approved and also helped many new bloggers and subscribers to get their site approved.
Now, some of the most important tasks to do after applying for Google Adsense Approval.
which are mostly ignored by new bloggers and no one will guide them with these points.
What to Do After Applying for Adsense?
– Don’t make any changes in your site HTML, Layout, Design, or any Navigation.
– Keep posting after applying for Adsense
– Share on social media try to get some traffic
– Wait for the Adsense team to reply they get hundreds of new applications every day, and many new bloggers don’t wait for the response from Adsense, they wait for some days then remove their blog and apply again. Don’t do that you will waste your time if you do this.