Blog-Tips: How I Got Google Adsense Approval In Less Than 48H (Tested & Certified)

How I Got Google Adsense Approval In Less Than 48H

Hey guys, 

It’s Maryam here. Wow, it’s been a long time on. I missed writing. Quick update, if you follow me on Instagram, you are probably very much aware that I was writing exams and I literally just had to take time off. I expected much work for a PG degree but in combination with work, it was really draining.

It feels really good to be back. As you already know as well, I combined my ‘fashionbydaisy.com’ blog with ‘thebloggerpoint.com’ a few weeks ago. Everything was all smooth and great until I clocked that I have to submit the blog application for Google Adsense approval all over again.

Surely, we all know the struggle. It took me like 6 months before I got the Adsense approval on my previous blog. This was very discouraging, however, I thought it was because I was completely doing everything wrong according to Google. So today, I will be taking you through how I got Google Adsense approval for this website in less than 48H. Yes, you read it right. These are the steps I took, I hope it works for you too. Let’s get started:

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Firstly, your website needs to be self-hosted. I mean, having a self-hosted blog “shows” it’s a serious platform and you wish to make money off it which shows the reason why you would pay to be self-hosted in the first place. If your blog isn’t self-hosted, placing ads is simply impossible apart from personal curated ads (I will give more details on how to get personal curated ads in another post)

Secondly, when applying for Google Adsense, you need to take off ALL ads on your website. I mean ads from another affiliate company or ads links etc…

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Then you want to make sure your websites respect the Adsense policy such as clear theme, original contents with values and great pictures along with basic important page you must have – Click here to see the important pages you need and most vital one for Adsense approval is the policy page.

*About, Contact and Policy pages are very IMPORTANT.

What is the policy page? This is a page you attest that your websites generate traffic organically and from the right sources. Also, on this page, you need to confirm that all your contents are useful and created organically too. This page needs to include more details about your website, what you focus on and who is responsible for the contents along with address details and signature….Seems like a lot right? And you don’t even know what exactly to include. Well, do not panic, there is a website you can use to generate your policy page in less than 2 minutes. All you have to do is enter all required details. I can’t remember which one I used back then but you can click here to check out another website offering the same service.

Finally, I would say, it is safe to have a good amount of contents on your website before applying. Although some people said they got approval with less than 5 posts on their website, I don’t know as I have always applied with few contents published.

Thank you for reading and I hope you find this post very helpful for you. As I have done this before with my previous post, I just repeated everything again and DANG, in just 2 days, I got the approval.

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