10 Hard Core Rules to Blog AdSense
Google AdSense can help a blogger earn money, but there are specific policies and procedures required in order to be approved.
Study these guidelines closely and implement them to the best of your ability before processing your application. Even then, there is no guarantee that they will accept you the first time. Here’s the most important part: don’t give up or quit trying. Keep making improvements and show some steadfast diligence and determination to succeed with AdSense.
1. Use a top level domain service and be established for a minimum of 6 months before applying to Google AdSense.
2. Make sure your domain registrant name is the same as your application name to avoid any confusion.
3. Keep your design professional and simple. Google AdSense will be evaluating your overall presentation.
4. All ads placed are contextual, which means they are matched as closely as possible to your blog content. It is imperative that you provide unique, original, quality content, that is useful and beneficial in order to be approved.
5. Before applying to AdSense be sure you have a sufficient quantity of content posted. This means a minimum of 20-30 articles. Some claim you need at least 70 posts to be approved. Each post should be between 300-500 words in length.
7. Do not display ads from other companies if you hope to be approved with Google AdSense. This may be instant cause for rejection. After all, it is their competitors.
8. To be successful with Blog AdSense you must have some consistent traffic. This can range from 100-500 visitors per day. Note, this does not mean total visitor count to your site, but daily views needed before applying.
9. Include an About page on your blog describing what you are all about. Also include a Contact Us link that shows you care about your readers. This shows more legitimacy to your established site.
10. You must be age 18 and over to apply for Google AdSense. Any younger will be an automatic rejection.
Once you take the time to make sure you have dotted your “i”s and crossed your “t”s don’t be discouraged if you are denied application. At this point, make improvements and wait 6 months before reapplying again. Be patient and persistent to succeed with Blog AdSense.