IntroductionIf you want to get your site approved for Google AdSense, follow these steps.
Make Your URL NotableThe first thing you should do is make sure your URL is easy to remember. Your domain name should be short, easy to pronounce, relevant to your content and have no typos. If possible, use a domain name that’s already in use by another website—either yours or someone else’s—so the search engine knows what it’s supposed to be doing when it sees it in its results list. It’s also important that the URL doesn’t have any extra characters at the end (like www) because Google reads these as “standalone” links rather than part of a page title like words do on a web page where you’re reading something out loud instead of typing it into your browser window or clicking on something with mouse clicks without worrying about typeface size etcetera.”
Get ReviewsGoogle AdSense is a great platform for monetizing your blog or website. If you are already using AdSense, the next step is to get reviews from people who have seen your ads. The more reviews you have, the higher chance of approval from Google will be. You can also get reviews from sites that are similar to yours in terms of topics and audience size. For example, if you have an article about parenting and another about pets, then it would be beneficial for both of them if those articles get reviewed by other bloggers who write about those topics as well! This way they can see how effective the ads were at bringing traffic back to their websites too! It’s also important that these websites don’t have any SEO issues because these problems could cause delays in getting approved by Google AdSense team members (or worse). So always check this before sending out any submission forms or emails requesting feedback/reviews etc…
Use the Right KeywordsWhen you think of Google AdSense, you probably think of keywords. That’s because they are one of the main ways that Google determines whether or not a website will be approved for AdSense. The more relevant your keyword(s) are, the better chance you have at earning money when someone clicks on one of your ads. However, there are several other factors that can affect this decision:
- Keyword optimization (also known as SEO) is an important part of getting approved by Google; so make sure that any new or existing content includes proper usage of keywords in them and don’t try to trick them into thinking something isn’t relevant just because it doesn’t include specific keywords. For example, if someone searches “how do I lose weight?” then using phrases like “lose weight” isn’t going to work since those aren’t considered significant enough topics on their own—but if instead they searched “lose weight without exercising” then yes! You’ll be able to use even more targeted phrases such as “lose 10 pounds”, etcetera…and earn money from those searches too!
Add Quality ContentThe most important thing to remember when you’re writing your articles is that they need to be of high quality. You want them to be unique and original, informative, entertaining and educational. You also want them to be relevant to your site’s topic. If you have a blog about animal rights or health issues (for example), then those are great topics for writing on in the form of an article. But if your site focuses on the art world or fashion industry—both of which could use some more attention right now—then perhaps making an article about that would make sense as well!
Remove Old ContentIf you’re not sure how to remove old content, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, if you don’t want Google AdSense approval at all, then don’t have any articles or videos on your site that were written before the year 2000. Second, if some of your old content is still relevant and useful but not worth using anymore (for example: outdated product reviews), then consider removing it from the site altogether by taking down links from internal pages and moving them elsewhere (like on another blog). Finally: make sure that everything on your website has been approved by Google AdSense before submitting!
Repair Broken LinksBroken links are a sign of poor quality and will not likely be approved. You can use Xenu’s Link Sleuth to find broken links, but it’s best to use Screaming Frog or another tool like it if you’re looking for more granular results. Both tools have the ability to find all sorts of problems on a web page, including missing internal redirects (if your site has been moved from one domain to another), duplicate pages with different URLs (such as when an old site is reused as part of an update), 404 errors caused by outdated robots.txt files that block indexing attempts at crawling sites, etc..
Optimize Landing Pages and URLsLanding pages and URLs are often the first thing users see when they visit your website. These can be used to drive traffic directly to a particular product or service, but they also serve as an opportunity for you to optimize your ads by making sure they’re relevant and compelling. When creating landing pages, use keywords in the title tag, meta description and URL (URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator). These three areas will help Google determine if your ad is relevant enough for their content filters so that it gets approved quickly. Additionally:
- Use the keyword in each paragraph within that page’s body text; this shows Google how well-written/consistent/funny/interesting etc., this particular piece of content is! You want people reading through it from start to finish without getting bored yet still being able to find what they want easily enough when searching on Google later down line; if not then either rewrite all parts accordingly OR delete them altogether since many won’t even read beyond first sentence anyway due lack interest level between subject matter itself…
Don’t Hard-Crawl or Use Black Hat Techniques
- Don’t hard-crawl or use automated tools to create content. This is a no-no for Google AdSense, as it can be considered an unfair advantage and against the spirit of your site’s guidelines. Your ad will be removed if you submit inappropriate content on your site, so don’t risk it!
- Don’t use black hat techniques such as link spamming or automated software that creates links for you (like backlinks). These actions are also frowned upon by Google AdSense because they’re considered to be manipulative and dishonest tactics used by bad actors looking to cheat their way into earning money off ads instead of being honest about where they got those links from in order not get caught out too soon when someone tries doing something similar later down the line after being discovered by Google’s algorithms first time around.”
AdSense for Mobile Devices, Other Than Google Search Ads, Will Require Landing Page Optimization in Order to Be Accepted.You will need to optimize your landing pages for mobile devices, other than Google Search Ads.
- A landing page is a web page that you use to direct users to your website or opt in form on a blog post.
- It’s important that your landing pages are mobile-friendly so that they can be seen by people using iPhones, iPads and Android devices.
- The security settings of the AdSense ads must also conform with those of the mobile device on which they appear (such as ensuring HTTPS protocol).
If you want to get your site approved for Google AdSense, follow these steps.
- Make sure your site is up to date.
- Make sure you are following Google’s terms and conditions.
- Make sure your site is clean and mobile friendly.