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The most heartbreaking thing is when you have a blog, but every time you request a Google Adsense review, it is constantly denied.

Tricks to Get Google AdSense Approval

We examined Several factors before linking a blog to an Adsense account. We aim to ensure our request will be approved while minimizing recurrent denials.

Common Google Adsense Tricks

Most people generally use some tricks to connect Adsense, including:

1. Use Custom Domains

Using a Custom Domain / Top Level Domain (TLD) shortens the Blog URL address and may also boost Google's trust, allowing our requests to be accepted more quickly (Approved).

We may utilize a variety of Custom Domains, including.com .id .my .id .xyz .ue.org and others. 

In truth, numerous domain providers, such as Namecheap,  IDwebhost, GoDaddy, and others, sell them at reasonable costs.

2. Use Responsive Templates

Blogger themes significantly impact the aesthetic of the article page, loading speed, widget positioning, ad placement, and other aspects. 

It's best to utilize a premium template with an assured performance, design, and responsive features that alter depending on the user's device.

3. Create Privacy Pages

Google takes user privacy regulations very seriously. As a result, whenever we use Google products, such as when we apply to become a Developer on the Google Playstore, 

We must fill out a form with the Privacy Policy address as an obligatory requirement.

We can make it on the Page on Blogger (Page). We might use several generators available over the internet to generate the page's content.

To be more specific, below is a list of pages that we should include in the Blog:

  • Privacy Policy
  • Terms and Services
  • Disclaimer
  • Sitemap
  • Contact
  • About

These pages should be shown in a Menu or Footer so that the Google Adsense Team & Visitors can quickly access them.

4. Post Articles Daily

The king is content = The king is content. As a result, the more material we upload, our Blog's ranking higher.

Post articles regularly, if required, one piece each day because blogs that actively upload material have a higher chance of attracting many visitors.

The more often we post, the easier it will be for Google Search Console to index blog material.

5. Submit the Blog URL to Webmaster Tools

We utilize Google Search Console to submit a sitemap to Google, which is routinely crawled. Other search engines, such as Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, and Baidu, have their Webmaster Tools.

Registering with Webmaster Tools and submitting a sitemap URL (table of contents) is critical because it can provide the potential for blogs to go viral fast on the internet.

So, don't rely just on one search engine (search engine). However, utilize all available methods to make acceptance simpler.

Google Adsense Secret Tricks

There is a particular method for those of you who already have an Adsense-accepted site so that our new Blog may display advertising from the same Adsense account without review

And there is also a way to link new blogs to a new Adsense account.

Show Ads on New Blogs Without Adsense Approval

Before following this tutorial, some conditions must be met, namely:

1. Already Using a Custom Domain

If you have never bought a domain, you should buy it immediately because this will help us with some blogging needs. If you've previously done so, skip ahead to the second step.

2. Create Sub Domains

After having a Custom Domain, we must create a Subdomain. We will install this Subdomain on the new Blog we want to advertise.

3. Ad Code Installation on the New Blog

If your primary domain is linked to a Google Adsense account and can display advertising, then so can your Subdomain because Google Adsense recognizes Domain and Subdomain as a complete whole.

Show Ads on New Blog Using New Adsense Account

Typically, a blogger will have multiple Adsense accounts, with one as a backup account. 

Because we cannot anticipate the future, whether we like it or not, we must be prepared with a well-thought-out strategy to ensure our financial security.

Many bloggers use two or three Adsense accounts to prevent undesirable situations.

Hackers that prefer to hijack other people's accounts are our most dangerous adversaries in the online world. If our account is stolen and cannot be recovered, we still have one more option.

We avoid situations of Banned (blocking) accounts by Google for committing infractions in addition to preventing thieves. 

Before we get there, let's make a new blog and Adsense account, then quickly link.

The issue is, why is it constantly declined? So, even if you have a new blog, please utilize the approach below to get recognized swiftly.

1. Set up a new blog with a Subdomain

The purpose here is to display advertising from the previous Adsense account first. As a result, blogs that have shown ads from previous. 

Adsense accounts will be readily accepted when enrolling for a new account.

2. Continue to fill up the article and wait for 1 to 2 months

Make this new site actively write posts so that Adsense advertising continues to display and people become acquainted with it. 

Getting patients for 1 to 2 months is preferable to applying and being denied repeatedly.

3. Subdomain should be removed and replaced with a new domain

After several months, delete the Subdomain and purchase a new Domain because the Subdomain is ineligible for submission to the new Adsense.

4. Connect New Site to Fresh Adsense Account

Obtain an Adsense review, attach the sitemap to Webmaster Tools, and include a Google Ads.txt file in Blogger's settings. 

After roughly a week, the Blog's results will be accepted and can display advertising from the new Adsense. Succeed!!

That is the unique Blog monetizing method that Google Adsense will approve. It may be handy.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the requirements for getting Google AdSense approval?

A website with original and high-quality content that is regularly updated A privacy policy and contact information prominently displayed on the website Compliance with Google's policies and guidelines, including the AdSense program policies and the webmaster guidelines A valid email address and a valid payment method for earning revenue

How can I increase my chances of getting AdSense approval?

Make sure your website has a clean and professional design. Provide original and high-quality content that is regularly updated. Ensure that your website is easy to navigate and has a clear structure. Make sure your website is mobile-friendly. Make sure your website has a privacy policy and contact information prominently displayed

How long does it take for my application to be reviewed?

The review process can take up to 2 weeks, but it can sometimes take longer.

What are some common reasons for AdSense rejection?

Lack of original and high-quality content Poor website design or navigation Violations of Google's policies and guidelines Not enough traffic or page views Having a website that is under construction Having a website that is not mobile friendly Having a website that is promoting hate speech or illegal activities

Can I reapply for AdSense after being rejected?

Yes, you can reapply for AdSense after addressing the issues that led to your rejection. However, it is essential to understand that multiple rejections can permanently suspend your account.

Are there any tricks to get AdSense approval quickly?

There are no guaranteed tricks to get AdSense approval quickly. However, following the guidelines mentioned above and ensuring that your website meets the requirements for AdSense can increase your chances of getting approved.

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