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My Rough Experience For Google Adsense Account Approval

Hi, I am Paul Billygraham Reang, I am blogging since 2013 July. I blog because I love blogging, and it also helps me to express myself to you. Blogging is the only place where I express myself to all of you. Today I am going to share with you one fact about me, which changed my life.

I started blogging since July 2013, with my first blog ‘ 9bilry’. I picked up a bad Domain name as I was not aware of anything related to blogs or blogging. I started my first blog with lots of excitement and joy, I was making a fool of myself at that time.

I said making a fool of myself because I didn’t know a single thing about blogging. I feel funny when I think about myself because there had been such a situation when it took me 8 days to login to my WordPress Dashboard.

My first Google AdSense disapproval:

Once I had an 11 days old blog, I applied Google AdSense hoping for approval. Although I got approved in the first review I was disapproved in the second one due to some copyright issues. I had no idea about the copyright thing.

I was just collecting information on things I like, without any specific niche of the blog. I mixed up all categories like religion, health, sports, adventure, Bollywood, tattoos & many other things with no outcome.

Why Google Adsense doesn’t accept your blog?

Let me first tell you, don’t feel broken because if others can get Google AdSense approval. You can also get it too, you just have to make some small changes.

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Let me tell you one fact! Google AdSense want more and more publishers. That is because the more publisher they own, the more profit they make out of it. We just have to make a site that complies with their policy. They really want you to make a site that complies with their policy. That is because if their policy is not strictly followed you can never get a good advertiser who will pay you high.

AdSense approval has become so much of a problem for new bloggers, that they are even ready to pay a high amount for AdSense approval.

But the truth is even if you have AdSense account it is not possible to earn good money without a good blog. You may earn some amount but less.  But if you make a good site you can easily get Google Adsense Approved.

How can I make good site So that I get Google Adsense Approval?

It’s never going to be a tough one, just follow the instructions given below.

  1. You are trying to earn money online, right? So, be professional. Design your blog in a user-friendly way and keep it simple so that it is easy to navigate.
  2. Write long contents 500+words on every single post. You will not be approved if you write short contents.
  3. Authorize your blog, that is when I visit your blog I should instantly know what kind of post I will find in your blog. Concentrate on a particular thing, you can’t catch up all at a time.
  4. Try your best to get some traffic from search engines, else you are going to have tough time to get Google AdSense Approval.
  5. Post 100% original work only and no copied image or contents should be used.

How I got Google AdSense Approval After so much disapproval?

Now, let me share with you some more of my experiences which you should try to avoid. You must take care of these things. What I did in the past was, I applied again for Google AdSense as soon as I got disapproved.

Whenever you get disapproved, try to improve the things on your blog instead of applying again immediately. Also, wait for atleast a week before you apply again.

First I got around 20-30 disapproval and my account got banned without getting approved. I tried too much unnecessarily, so try to avoid doing this whenever you are going to apply for Google AdSense.  After that when I got rejected I improved my blog, at it took me to a better place all the time.

Later got fed up of AdSense disapproval letter, I decided to go for alternative ads. But it didn’t work for me, I decided to work and improve my blog ranking. That is the time that changed my life, I dived deep into to blogging, and learning new things everyday. I improved my blog every day and also I read lots of blogs that helped me to grow up in a slow but steady way.

One day I found a mail from one advertising company, asking me for advertisement on my blog. I got shocked, and I decided I will not go for it as he asked me 1 million impressions for buying. I found it too tough to make it so didn’t go for it as the the traffic on my blog was very low.

That was the time it hit me, and I felt like I can get Google AdSense approval too. So I gave one more try and was finally approved. I felt really happy because after so much of disapproval I finally got my chance to be a part of Google AdSense.

This is how I Got my Google AdSense approved,

I shared with you a small part of my life, so that you don’t do the same mistake which I did. I am not sharing this to show off or anything, but just to stop you from repeating the mistakes I did.

Thank you very much for reading this post.

Best Regards

About the author

Paul billygraham Reang

Hello Friends, I am Paul billygraham Reang CEO and Founder of ChromeTechny Networks Pvt. Ltd. company. I started blogging since 7th June, 2013 and took blogging as my full time career.
Apart from blogging I love visiting new places, listening musics, reading motivational books and talking to those peoples who wants to do something big in their life.

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  • Getting adsense approved is something that irritates every new blogger . To be very honest , I have not got my adsense approved till yet but still adsense is just a source of income. To earn money , there are other ways too..
    let me follow the instructions above , I am sure , I will get adsense approved this time.
    informative article ,,,, my friend paul.

    • Hi nikhil,
      Thanks for adding your comments, do not give up because it will be possible for you too. Just try to make some changes in your blog, you will soon see good results. All the best.
      Thank you.
      Paul

  • Hi Paul,
    First of all i would like to tell you that you have really redesigned Chrometechny nicely….i recently viewed the blog and found you have changed the template… The template is really lovable
    The navigation had also become smoother and easier
    Thanks for making such changes…

    Now coming to the post..
    Thanks for sharing your so valuable experience with all of us. As everyone knows getting Google AdSense approved is not a child’s play..Through this post i found that you also made silly mistakes like all of us…I am still struggling to get my Google AdSense approved. I am really thankful to you that you shared your personal experience with all of us…Even i have applied for the AdSense in the first week…just like you

    I think this post will definitely gonna help all of us very easily as you have shared your journey from a dummy to a pro blogger..
    This will help us not to make mistakes which generally all of us do…hope that i would also get my AdSense approved with such useful tips…
    Thanks once again bro
    -Vinay

    • Hi vinay,
      Thank you very much for your whole support and appreciation. Thank you very much for all your wishes, I am extremely excited to help you guys out of the problem through my post. I want you guys not to do the mistake which I did, so that when you make a try for Adsense you don’t give them any choice to reject you.
      Keep visiting
      Paul

  • In this article you have pointed that copied image is a bad issue for adsense .Bro.. Google Plagiarism will not check Images ..they only focus on Grammars and Texts.This might be helpful to other bloggers.. Thanks for the article .. 🙂

    • Hi Rahul,
      When I was trying hard to get Adsense approval I found it as another issue. I asked one of the member from Adsense Team who told me not to use copied images. But we can use images from few sites which are free to use without any problem like Flickr for e.g… Or the other solution of this is taking permission from the owner to use his image or credit the owner. But as far as my knowledge all images cannot b used.

      i appreciate your thoughts and contribution..
      Keep visiting,..
      Paul

  • 6 years ago I was approved only for one post on my blog, but now a days policies become more strict and they want content rich site with minimum 6 months old domain.

  • Hi Paul Sir,

    Thank you so much for an informational article, but at the same time i would request you revert me with the solotion of problem like–

    My website has been approved in first step, but still waiting for 2nd step approval. How long it will take??

    Thanks in Advance

    Pashupati

    • Hi Pashupati,
      Google adsense will check your blog manually on second review.
      Important Notes:
      1. Don’t Put any affiliate link or other ads while applying.
      2. Each content 500 word +.
      3. Must add Disclaimer, Privacy, About us & Contact Us Pages.
      4.Write article related to one topic mostly.
      5. 100% Original Contents & images.
      6. Keep your blog updated regularly….
      Thats it!!!!!…….
      All the best,
      Best Regard.
      Paul

  • I enjoyed your tips and i summarized it for my self, kindly take a look, if anything is left please let me know.
    ” In order to approve your website for adsense you need to work on quality of the content and submit your site to “webmastertool, “.
    – Use Google Analytics and proper navigation for your website.
    – Use a Disclaimer and provide a privacy policy and About us pages in your website or blog.
    – Adding information of your company, create header and footer.
    – Dont use too much images and videos.
    – Create a user friendly easy to navigate website.
    – Using Domain email or branded email.

  • Hello. What if the images I used are not mine but they have credits? They`re free images from freedigitalphotos.net. Is that okay? My adsense got “approved” but my blog is still under review. Will adsense approve my blog for monetization? Thank you.

  • Congrats Paul!. Reading your post made me remember that I was in the same shoes as you. I had started in March 2013 and till date my adsense has not got approved. You have given me motivation and belief that hard work and perseverance will pay.
    Thanks for the post.

    • Hi Rohit,
      All the best for your adsense .. they will surely accept once you improve your blog quality..
      Best Regards.
      Paul

  • Hi paul,, i got my google adsense application rejected for the fourth time consecutively. It says that my site doesn’t comply with the policy each time in the first review. Traffic on my website is also not that bad. Please help me.., my website is http://www.techcrises.com

    • Hi Aman,
      Consider removing related post below articles repeated twice, and reduce some widgets from sidebar ……
      This two should do the job, and please wait for 10 days before reapplying

  • Hi Paul,

    Great article. Thanks for your sharing your tips and experiences.
    I also applied for google adsense but got rejected 4 times already. The reason: site does not comply with Google policies. I would appreciate if you could have a quick look at my website and see if there’s something I am doing wrong? http://www.bombitz.com

    Many thanks,
    Bombitz

  • Hi Paul, Thanks for sharing this there are lots of people who often gets dejected after Google starts rejecting their application but hat’s off to your determination that you finally ended up getting an Approval from Google Adsense…You are really a motivation for all the new bloggers 🙂

  • Hi its a nice post, I too applied for adsense recently however it was not approved. I know that it takes time and it doesn’t happen at one go, but if you can check my site (www.HomiesHacks.com) and let me know what is lacking then I can correct it before re-applying.. would appreciate your help 🙂

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