Before you decide to apply for Google Adsense, you really need to first cross-check if your blog is eligible to apply for Google Adsense?
The last thing that you will want to receive from Google after you apply for a Google Adsense account, is an email telling you that your application was rejected due to some certain policy violations.
If you have been there before, you will understand how frustrating receiving such kind of email alone could me.
I always receive emails from beginner bloggers, asking me to check if their blog is ok and eligible to apply for Google Adsense.
The only thing I tell them is to check out for these 4 key major Factors that will determine whether your blog is eligible to apply for Google Adsense or not.
Why? Because I can’t single-handedly start cross-checking all those blogs, to start pinpointing out details that may cause Google to reject your applications.
It will be a very daunting task to undertake. Haaa! Do they want me to die before my time???.
So in other to make it very simple for everyone, including my grandma, to quickly identify if their blog is fully in compliance with the Google Adsense terms and conditions.
I have compiled these 4 most important factors that will let you know if your blog is now eligible or ready to apply for Google Adsense before you Rush and click on the get started button in the Google Adsense application page.
To make sure that you don’t get that annoying and extremely frustrating approval rejection email from Google, if you know what I mean.
Then you need to adhere to these 4 Factors, to help you avoid the Google approval rejection email.
Without any more waste of our precious time, let us get straight to them now.
The 4 factors you will need to check out for, from the day one that you launch your blog are;
- The Structure of your blog
- Copy and paste
- Using of copyrights images
- The necessary pages most appear on your blog
Now, let’s take them one after the other.
- The Structure of your blog;
The layout and structure of your blog really matter a lot, its the number one reason that determines how long visitors stay on your blog.
A scattered, not well structured and disorganized blog causes a very bad user experience. And On another hand, lets the visitor quickly leave your blog the minute they landed on your blog, causing a high bounce rate, which sends signals to Google that your blog is not valuable.
Most blogger blogs and some WordPress blogs that were not professionally setup usually have a bad user experience, because their blog is not well structured.
So if you noticed that your blog is not well structured, try to fix it or consult a professional to fix it for you, before you apply for Google Adsense.
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- What many new bloggers are doing these days is that,
the go and copy content from other blogs and paste it on their blog without changing a single word.
Can you imagine that?
Well, all wannabe bloggers that are indulging in such acts are those group of people that have being sold to the idea by all those hungry gurus looking for quick bucks from the sales of their ebooks, that blogging is so easy, that all they need to do is go on other blogs, copy their content and paste on their blogs and start making $1000 per day via Google Adsense.
In the end, the will realize the better truth, get frustrated and their only next option is to quit.
If you have been coping and pasting other bloggers’ contents on your blog before now reading this post, what you have to do is to format your blog and start all over again. This time writing original contents in your own words.
When people passed away with such acts are far gone, google the NUMBER 1, giant company in the ICT industry have become very smarter, So how do they think that the can outsmart them?
When google haves bots spiders that will check for every single page on your blog looking for any policy violation on your blog which the pinpoints in minutes.
So when it comes to contents, it’s better you spend a week on 1 post writing it in your own words, than having 20 crappy posts that will get you quick disapproval from google.
- Using of Copyright images;
The mistake that most bloggers, especially beginner bloggers do is whenever the need images for their blog post, they just go on google, google out the image, download and slam it on their blog.
This is the silliest mistake any blogger should ever do. Google takes that matter of copyright very seriously, and they usually frown at the blog that they detect is violating their copyright policy.
Before you even think of going on google to search for blog post image, make sure you use this my simple tricks over here, and avoid using copyright images.
- The necessary pages most appear on your blog;
If you want your blog to be eligible before you apply for Google Adsense, then you will need to make sure that your blog has these pages in place. It’s very important, their pages are;
- About Us Page
- Contact Us Page
- A Disclaimer Page (optional).
This page pages on your blog will let Google know that your blog is credible and trustworthy.
So after all the stress, and hard work that you have putting in building and growing your blog.
Make sure that you cross-check for that 4 factors that make your blog eligible before you go and apply for Google Adsense.
Taking your time to make sure that your blog complies with these 4 major google policies, will save you the stress, time and frustration that may come along with the rejection email from Google Adsense team/ or its overzealous bots.
Now your turn.
Has Google ever rejected your application before? If yes, how did you feel about it? and how did you resolved the issue?.
Please share your experience using the comment box below for others to learn from your experience.
Thank you for reading.