So, you wish to apply for Adsense to make some cash out of your blog, who doesn’t want ? .The dream of every blogger is to get AdSense approved.

But, wait.

let me know you one thing.

That’s not simple. Google AdSense is very strict relating to approving new websites. Everyone seems to be making an attempt to trick AdSense to get authorised so that they have made the process very hard.

Don’t worry. You’re not alone.

In this article, I’m going to share with you everything that you should do before applying for Google AdSense program to actually get approve.

Some widespread questions that you could have about Google AdSense are :

How to apply for Google AdSense?

Does my blog qualify for AdSense or not?

Am I eligible to apply for Google AdSense?

What are Google AdSense requirements?

Why Google AdSense rejected my application?

What to do if Google AdSense reject my application?

This article will answer all your questions .

Note : Google AdSense is one of the best paying and oldest networks to offer ad publishing and works at Pay Per Click system. Not only that Google AdSense have thousands of satisfied customers and publishers. AdSense pays on time, every time.

Common AdSense Rejection Reasons :

1.  Insufficient content / Unacceptable site content

2. Page Type / Design of your blog

3. No Privacy Policy, About Us or Contact Us page

4. Site Does Not Comply With Google AdSense Policies

Things to Do Before Applying for AdSense :

1. Write High-Quality Content

2. Create Privacy Page for Your Blog

3. Create About Page

4. Setup A Contact Us Page

5. Have Some Good Number Of Posts

6. Check Your Content Type

Here are some common content types that are not accepted by AdSense.

  • Pornography/Adult material
  • Pirated Content
  • Hacking or Cracking Tutorials
  • Illegal Drugs/Paraphernalia
  • Any Other Illegal Stuff

There are few languages that are supported by AdSense so make sure your blog language is in the list of these.

7. Check Your Traffic Sources

Google hates paid traffic, so be sure you are not getting any paid traffic