How to Get AdSense Account Approved In Under 24 Hours - for Any Site or Blog


How to Get Your Website or Blog Approved for AdSense In Under 24 Hours

Contrary to what many believes, getting your site or blog approved for the Google AdSense program is not really difficult and does not take time as you may have been made to believe, you just have to do it the right way.

After getting hundreds of blogs and websites of some of our customers and business partners approved for the Google AdSense program in under 24 hours, some of them couldn't help but ask how we actually got it done. And as always, I would reply "We learn the rules, abide by it and adhere to it".

So, instead of paying us to do the work for you, you can just read, digest and follow the guidelines outlined on this page to get your websites and blogs approved for the Google AdSense program in one try. And if you still prefer that we do it for you in order to save your time or save yourself the stress, you may go ahead and visit our AdSense Services page here.

And If you are already wondering if really it is possible to get your Google AdSense account approved in under 24 hours, we already answered that question in the Questions and Answers section further down this page. But the short answer is; YES. You can get AdSense approval in under 24 hours.

Contrary to what many believes, getting your site or blog approved for the Google AdSense program is not really difficult and does not take time as you may have been made to believe, you just have to do it the right way. There is no shortcut or bypassing it. Just the right way.

And on that note, though I have seen several blog posts and website articles discussing how to get your websites or blogs approved for the AdSense Program within a stipulated number of days, one thing I notice is common with most of those articles and or blog posts is that; they make getting AdSense approval seem so difficult or hard than it really is.

And that's one of the major reasons I have decided to compile these points and create this blog post.

Before I proceed, it should be noted that the content of this post does not apply to Blogger Blog (Blogspot) users.

For Blogspot bloggers, there are some quality guidelines which you should adhere to before you can apply and get Google's AdSense approval for your blog hosted with Blogspot. For that, refer to this post: Getting your Blogspot Blog Approved for AdSense in Under 24 Hours

Now, let's proceed. Shall we?

To Get Your Website or Blog Approved for the Google AdSense Program:

1. Get Your Website or Blog Up and Running: by getting your site or blog up and running I mean, ensure that your site or blog is ready, available and can be accessed via any of its protocols. For example; ensure that either your site is visited using https://yourDomain . com, http://yourDomain . com, https://www.yourDomain . com or www.yourDomain . com, the visitor arrives at your website without any errors.

If you are not using your https protocols, ensure it automatically redirects to the non-https version. If you prefer using the blank domain thus the yourDomain . com version without the www, ensure they all arrive at the same location.

To achieve that is really simple. If you're using WordPress, your host most likely already has all that preconfigured for you. You may also crosscheck by visiting your site from all or nearly all of the protocols. It does you no harm to crosscheck and be on the safer side. Right?

2. Publish Your Primary Pages: your site or blog primary pages are the "home" page, "contact us" page, "privacy policy" page, "terms" page.

You might be wondering if the "about us" page is necessary? Well, it's not a must.

Nearly all the blogs and websites we have gotten approved for the Google AdSense program, for most, in under 24 hours; has no about us page before we got them approved though, the respective businesses and owners of the blogs and websites may have uploaded their "about us" page later on.

With that said, contrary to the other notes, the "about us" page is not really a requirement for the AdSense Program.

Google does not really want to know you in person and does not care if your visitors want to know you or not however, Google does really care to know if you or your business can be contacted, has policies and terms (usage guidelines) in place for visitors and if you really have a blog or website homepage that is humanly readable, meaningful and friendly.

And here is the logic that actually gets your site or blog Google's approval in the AdSense program at first try; make sure your main pages are meaningful and pass a clear message. For example; your "contact us" page should clearly indicates what the page is meant for just as your homepage should also reflect mainly on what your site or blog is all about.

3. Have A Good Navigation Links In the Right Place: your site or blog navigation links can also be referred to as your blog or site Menu. Before Google considers your site or blog eligible to be enrolled in the AdSense program, Google wants to make sure that you are really serious about your blog or site and that you also mean business just as much as they do.

The most important links for your site or blog could be the Homepage, Contact Us, Our Service (if you have any), your important post archive links and others.

Arrange the links in order of their importance (to you) and place them in the head section or by the left side bar. It could be fixed (draw as page scrolls) or not. Just make it really visible enough to depict the importance of the links.

4. Publish Your Secondary Pages: your secondary pages are your blog posts or tutorial pages. Before you apply for the Google AdSense program and expect get to approval, you must have gotten at the least, 5 good blog posts or tutorial pages.

For the blog posts or tutorial pages, it's hard to say the preferred length but I do notice what we have in common in all the posts and pages we have used in those blogs and sites for which we have successfully gotten AdSense approval at the first try is that; we ensure those posts are meaningful, blunders-free and pass a clear message.

In those blog posts and pages, there are some with less than 250 words while others are much longer, we just make sure they're blunders-free and pass clear message.

5. Apply for the Google AdSense Program: now you can apply for the Google AdSense program and expect to get approval at the first try.

Meanwhile, before you apply for the Google AdSense program, take a few minutes to check other issues (highlighted below) that may get your websites or blogs denied approval in the AdSense program.

Some Mistakes that Get Your Website or Blog Denied Approval in the Google AdSense Program

1. Not Being Original: Do not copy-paste content directly or indirectly from any other posts or pages. Either the site or blog is actively running AdSense or not, it is considered an abusive act in the AdSense program and Google does not condole such an act.

If you really need to copy a content from another source, maybe to affirm a point or validate a claim, such copied content should be less than 1/5th of your entire content on that particular page or post.

This point (noted above) should be taken serious and avoided as it is one of the major reasons most blogs or sites are denied in the AdSense program.

2. Broken Links: broken links simply means links that end up in error 404 page or links that end up nowhere.

Before you apply for the Google AdSense program, ensure all the links in your site or blog posts and pages actually link to an active page (internal or external).

3. Linking to the Bad Actors: never make the mistake of linking your site or blog to the Bad actors' site or blog.

In the Google AdSense program, the bad actors are those blogs or websites that are already banned or disallowed from the AdSense program and this includes those sites or blogs that do not respect the Google's content policy such as porn sites, site or blogs that upload copyrighted files or content etc.

4. Linking to Irrelevant or Low Quality Pages: low quality or irrelevant pages are those pages whose content are not relevant in any way to the content of the particular blog posts or page of your blog or site that links to them. Linking to these kind of pages or posts has reverse effects on your blog posts and pages (as well) which are not acceptable by Google at least, not by the Google AdSense program policy.

5. Use of Copyrighted Materials: avoid the use of copyrighted materials in your blog posts especially; images. Do not use images belonging to other brands or individuals in an abusive manner. If you must use images in your posts and pages, there are royalty free sites such that have thousands of stock photos uploaded. You can go there, search and make use of anyone that suits your needs.

6. Ensure your site or blog niche is acceptable in the Google AdSense program: For example, e-commerce websites are not allowed in the AdSense program. Be sure you take note of that. The full list of the niche not acceptable in the AdSense program are here in the Google AdSense Policy Guidelines.

How to Apply and Enrol Your Blog or Website for the Google AdSense Program

1. Ensure your website or blog is ready for the Google AdSense program by crosschecking and making sure that your blog or website pass all the guidelines slated above.

2. Visit the Google AdSense homepage. The link is here:

3. On arriving the page, locate and click the start now button.

4. Supply all the information required of you by filling the empty space where necessary. If you already have a Google account, you may be required to login otherwise, you would have to create an account to signup for the AdSense program.

5. Submit your application. Now, all you have to do is wait for a response from Google AdSense team. Usually, you'll get a response from Google within 12 to 48 hours from submission.

Other AdSense Questions You May Have

Is it Really Possible to Get AdSense Account Approved In Under 24 Hours?

Yes. Why not? As at the time this page is being published, AdSense account application are usually reviewed within 24 hours. In worst cases, within 48 hours. So, if you have no issues with your site and you kept to the guidelines outlined above, I assure you you will receive your congratulations message from the Google AdSense team welcoming you to the program.

How Much Traffic Should My Blog or Website Generate Before I Can Apply for AdSense?

While you really need traffic before you can be able to generate reasonable earnings from AdSense just any traffic is okay to get your site or blog approved for the Google AdSense program. As little as 10 page views per day is okay to get approval but to make money from AdSense, you really need far more than that.

Where Can I Find AdSense Program Policies?

You can find the Google Adsense Program policies here:

Do I Need A Gmail Account to Use AdSense?

Not really but yes. You need to have a Google account to be enrolled in the Google AdSense program. If you're already using any of the Google services such as Blogger, YouTube etc, you already have a Google account. You can proceed and enrol for the AdSense program with the same account.

Where Are the Acceptable Spots to Display AdSense Ads?

Anywhere! You can display your AdSense ads anywhere on your site or within your blog posts. But for the best results earnings-wise, you might need to check our best practises guidelines.

What AdSense Ads Sizes Make the Best Revenue?

This should depend on your blog niche but generally speaking; the 250x300 performs best within the blog posts content while the 300x600 is best for the sidebars.

Can I Get My Blogger blogspot Site Approved for AdSense?

Yes! You can apply for AdSense program using your blogger Blogspot site but it should be noted that, as of the time this page is being published, your blogger blog or site must be on a custom domain instead of native Blogspot subdomain.

My Navigation Menu Links Overlap On the Content. Should I Be Worried?

Yes. You maybe worried. Because any action that causes intentional clicks send red signals about the activities on your site to Google hence You need to be sure of and stay clear of any content that may overlap on the AdSense ads being displayed on your pages to avoid invalid clicks by you or your visitors.

Do I Need to Have a Specific Alexa Rank to Use AdSense?

No. Not really. In a way, Alexa Rank helps your site or blog earn better CPC but it is not a requirement for getting your site approved in the AdSense program.

What e-mail Address Should I Use to Apply?

Any email address tied to your Google account is fine. This email address would be use to login in to your Google AdSense account and to monitor the state and stat of your AdSense account.

What is the Possible Highest AdSense Earnings Achievable?

This is directly dependent on your niche and some other factors. Some niches pay more than others and you can earn more per click depending on your average CPC (cost per click).  It will also vary by traffic.  Some people make a full-time income strictly from Adsense program.

Do I Have to Use Websites Hosted On WordPress to Apply for AdSense?

No. Not a must or a requirement.  Although I recommend using WordPress because it’s easier to use and get up and running.  You can really use any Content Management System you want, but for some people, WordPress makes AdSense integration more seamless and easier.

Can I Use other Monetization Options with AdSense?

Yes. This is acceptable but some limits are in place. Your other display monetization options must not be made in any way similar to AdSense such that your users may mistake them for AdSense. Affiliate links and others other than display ads have no issues as far as Google AdSense is concerned.

Are there Any AdSense Alternatives?

Yes. There a number of these AdSense alternatives out there.  If you have steady traffic, I’d highly recommend you look into some type of media partner that partners with Google to manage your ads.  There are a number of these companies out there right now – specifically AdThrive, Media Vine, Ezoic among others.  These companies work with Google and other advertising partners to sell ad space on your sites. 


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