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How to Register for Google Adsense and Get Approved Once

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How to Register for Google Adsense and Get Approved Once

Blogs that are registered as Google AdSense publishers must meet the requirements. In addition to quality content, Google's advertising program requires a large number of visitors or high traffic.

How do I register for Google AdSense? What are the conditions for being accepted by Google Adsense? What is the minimum number of visitors to the blog?

That's the question most novice bloggers ask about Google advertising.

However, the most difficult question to answer is how many visitors (visitors) or readers do you have per day so that yor blog can display Google ads?

How high is your site traffic or the number of your page views?

There have been many bloggers who share about the requirement list, and how to be accepted by Google Adsense. Google itself has provided very detailed guidance at Google Support - Adsense.

Understanding Google AdSense

For "newbies" or those who don't understand what Google Adsense is, here is a brief explanation.

Google Adsense is Google's advertising program that involves website or blog owners to display (install) Google ads on their blogs.

Ads come from advertisers in the Google Ads or Google AdWords programs. The advertisements will appear on your blog, according to the content or blog niche. 

Ads in the form of links or images will be adjusted to the content of the publisher website automatically by Google.

Google will later give a commission or pay the publishers every time the ad link is clicked (PPC, Pay Per Click) or appear per 1000 impressions or Pay Per Impression.

AdSense appears in the form of text, images, videos, and interactive ads around the content or articles. Usually, the advertisements on Google AdSense have been selected, compiled and managed by Google, but we can also filter them in the AdSense account.

Becoming a Google ad publisher is the most popular way to earn money from the internet, although there are also many Google AdSense alternatives. 

AdSense is contextual advertising. The ads that Google displays on the blog will match the existing content. For example, if the article on a blog is about web hosting, it is likely that advertisements will appear related to hosting, domains, web design, blogging platforms, and the like.

AdSense will also select ads based on the search history of web visitors. This method is intended to make advertising more targeted.

To post Google ads is very easy. We just need to add a code and the ads will be active immediately.

If one of the blogs has been accepted as a Google ad publisher, then we can install AdSense on several websites, up to 500 blogs!

The amount of AdSense income will be accumulated from several blogs and sent each month.

How to Register for Google AdSense

How to register for Google AdSense is on the AdSense Help page. We must first create an AdSense account. Just log in using Gmail.

If you use Gmail or another Google service, you already have one. If not, you can create a Google Account when you create an AdSense account.

To create an AdSense account, follow these steps:
  1. Go to https://www.google.com/adsense/start.
  2. Click Register now.
  3. Enter the URL of the site where you want your ad to appear. Learn more about entering URL. Blogger, YouTube, or other host partners
For Blogger users, one sign that the blog can be registered as a Google Adsense ad publisher is the appearance of the Earning menu as in the below image:

Register Adsense blogger

Click the Earning menu , then click Sign up for AdSense. It's easy to register Google AdSense on Blogger. However, to be accepted, a blog must meet the requirements as follows.

Terms to Get Approved by Google Adsense

1. Interesting, Quality, and Original Content
Make sure your blog has interesting and original content, not copy and paste alias "plagiarism". In essence, it must be written by yourself, original, complete, useful, and needed by many users. (Read: What is Duplicate Content).

2. Many visitors. How many?
Well, here it is the hard one to answer. Google itself doesn't mention numbers. Just the mention of high traffic and high pageviews. But according to John Do, your blog must be visited by at least 250 unique visitors per day! Maybe more!

As a result I still hold pretty firmly that you should wait until you have 250 unique visitors per day. In fact, I suggest even more. I suggest to people that they start advertising on their blog around the point that they are averaging at least 250 unique visitors per day. What that looks like over a month's time is approximately 7,500 unique visitors.

However, if there are only 250 visitors per day, chances are that the adsense income will be low.

I think the minimum number of blog visitors for AdSense is 1000 unique visitors. This is based on experience alone. Some of my blogs that are visited by more than 1000 users per day usually generate dollars from AdSense.

3. Blogger age at least 18 years.
Age of  the blog owner must be over 18 years. Under 18 years old, is still considered a child, not an adult. This is also related to disbursing AdSense funds / commissions later in a bank. 

4. No Adult Content!
Your blog should not contain pornographic, adult, or vulgar content, as well as violent and racial content.

Your blog also may not contain harassment, bullying, or similar content that suggests harming a person or group.

5. Prohibited Content
  • Drug content and equipment
  • Sales of beer or liquor
  • Sales of cigarettes or cigarette derivative products
  • Sales of prescription drugs
  • Sales of weapons or ammunition (e.g., rifles, rifle components, combat knives, stun guns)
  • Sales of counterfeit or imitation of branded goods or other goods
  • Sales or distribution of coursework or college papers
  • Program-related content that compensates users for clicking on advertisements or offers, performing searches, browsing websites, or reading e-mails
  • Any other content that is illegal, promotes illegal activities, or violates the legal rights of others
Terms accepted by Google Adsense are quite "heavy".

However, once you are accepted, the dollars will flow - into passive income. Blogging has become your "online business". Make money with blogging or become a Blogpreneur.

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