AdSense Revenue Exposed HTML version
Part 1: Join the AdSense Program
Understanding Google policies
We discussed earlier how rewarding the Google AdSense program can be.
However, joining the Google AdSense program is not that easy or everyone in
the world would do it (which would defeat its purpose, ultimately). You have to be
approved by Google in order to create your AdSense account and start earning
money from it.
How do you get approved? Google famously has never publicly published details
of its approval process, there are tips you should follow to ensure a high
possibility of getting approved.
The good news is that Google does publish its policies and you do not need to be
a member to read them. You should read them and be certain that you are in
100% compliance with them, not only when attempting to start your AdSense
account, but once you are already a member. They update these policies
regularly and a violation will get you suspended. A list of Google AdSense
policies can be seen at: https://www.google.com/adsense/policies
Content – The Key to AdSense!
As stated earlier, we cannot say exactly how Google decides to accept or reject a
site. However, one thing is for sure – the main criterion for approval is always the
content of the website!
Most sites get rejected simply because they do not have any – or enough – good
content. What constitutes “good” content? We can say what it is not. The types of
websites that only have links and “filler” content aimed at attracting Search
Engines, and sites that do not offer any informational content but solely focus on
their own products and services. Google is one of the smartest companies on the
Internet, and they can easily tell “junk” content from “real” content, even if many
web surfers themselves can’t.
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