How to Get Google Adsense Approval With A New Blog


Google AdSense is one of the best ad networks to monetize a website or a blog. It is 90% better than any other CPC advertising programs. It offers the publishers the highest CTR for every web page. The publishers could make lots of revenue daily from Google Adsense. Every new webmaster has a dream to monetize his website with this ad network. But unfortunately, many of them fail. Adsense has introduced some strict rules and requirements. It seems hard to get Adsense approval for our own blog.  But, we know impossible is nothing.

The good news is “Getting Approval of Google AdSense with a New Blog is Now Really Easy”, if you follow some basic rules from the starting of your blog. When I first tried, I failed to get approval. But, following these rules, now I have an approved AdSense account. Thinking about this topic, I made a decision to share the basic rules of AdSense.

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First Ready Your Blog Before Applying for Adsense:

Adsense moderators always approve those blogs whose have met up the requirements. First of all, you should make your blog ready for this process. Check first if your blog considers these requirements. Now, there are some initial basic requirements announced by AdSense team, and there are some known hacks and tricks that work. For example, on this official page it’s mentioned that for countries like China & India, publishers need to own the site for minimum 6 months, which is not a thumb-rule. Many Indian bloggers have got approval with one-month-old domain. The only thing which really matter here is “Quality”. Let’s look at factors which will make your blog AdSense ready:

Write High-Quality Contents:

A writing proverb “Content is King” helps you understand this requirement. A high-quality blog is identified with the high-quality contents. Great contents mean unique, decorated, stated and clear concerted content. Some black hat webmasters say, copy paste content only between 100-200 words is enough. But, I may assure him that his journey to Adsense will be certainly finished. I think, how a blog post or content could be only between 100-200 words? In my judgment, it is not possible to completely describe a topic within 100-200 words. And if copy paste content is enough, anybody can declare him as a blogger. Please keep in mind, Google AdSense doesn’t approve blogs with copy pasted copyright content. A well-optimized blog post should be 100% unique and above 500-600 words. So, always write blog post above this limit and it must be unique which clearly determinate the post topic.

Optimize Blog Post with Meta Tags and Make It Search Engine Friendly:

Optimize your unique blog post with Meta Title and Description Tag. The meta tags describe what the content is about to the crawler bots. It is not possible for AdSense editorial board to check every single website that has applied to get AdSsense approval. So, positively they will use their crawler bots. The bots will check for every footprint on your blog.  That’s why you should make sure; you have specified these tags with appropriate information.

Please keep in mind that your Meta Title should be between 69 characters (including spaces), and Meta Description should be between 156 characters (including spaces). If you are using platform like WordPress or Blogger, here are two guides which will cover all basic SEO requirements:

Have Sufficient Contents or Posts:

You must lead sufficient contents or posts on every page and category. In total, you should have 15-30 blog posts on your whole blog. This is not an official declaration. But, I recommend everybody to at least have it. So, you should have at least 3-4 posts in every category, tag and page. Google Adsense told that we must have sufficient contents in every single web page. So, we should add contents in all pages and categories. There shouldn’t be any blank page without any content. And these posts have to pass the minimum length of 500-600 words as it is the best blog post length. The more you increase the length, the more you go towards to get Google Adsense approval.

Blog Domain Must Old At least 6 Months:

As I mentioned above, in certain countries like India and China, there is a requirement for 6 months for the domain to apply for AdSense. Here is official statement from AdSense team:

In some locations, including China and India, we require publishers to have owned their sites for 6 months. We’ve taken this step to ensure the quality of our advertising network and protect the interests of our advertisers and existing publishers.

Some blog domain could get approved having less old than six months. Even, I got my Adsense account with just two-month-old domain. Can you imagine? But, the average domain age for certain geo-location should be six months.

Apply Using Root Domain:

You should always apply using the root domain like Not

Be Serious to Choose Content Images:

Google Adsense doesn’t approve blogs if they lead to copyrighted contents. Copyrighted means the things that have been copied from others directory without their permission. And we make fault every time when choosing an image. Some people just go to an image directory, take their suitable images and upload these on their blogs. Did they ever check if they have permission to use these? The really sad news is that, most of the webmasters who fail to get Adsense because of this copyrighted law. And this is really caused by copyrighted images. Here are guides which will help you to find images for free:

Lead a Nice design and Blog Structure:

Blog structure is the basic structure of your blog. So, make sure that you have a nice looking header, content area, sidebar, footer, etc. Always think if the visitors will like the structure. If people like it, Adsense would definitely like it. The first impression of any blog comes with blog design, and you can take advantage of any professional looking templates (free or paid), and use it on your blog.

Check if Your Blog is Not Blocked by Google:

Be sure that, your blog is not blocked by Google. Because Adsense will check your blog statistics on their search engine. Don’t know how to check it? Just search for “” on Google. If you find out search results, your blog is not blocked. But, if you not, it is blocked.

Don’t Have Adsense Prohibited Content:

Adsense has directly told that, sites with adult contents, copyrighted contents, drug alcohol-related contents, hacking cracking contents, violent contents, weapons related contents and other illegal contents will not be approved.

Visitors Are Not a Factor for Approval Yet:

For getting Adsense approved, visitors are not a factor. Because you will get approved depending on your blog quality. It is sure that the Adsense moderator will never check for visitor count. So, don’t worry about visitors. But, for generating revenues, you must have enough visitors.

Here is one video where Harsh talked about getting AdSense approval:

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Applying for Google Adsense:

If you follow all the above mentioned tips, you are most likely to get your AdSense application approval at first go. But, before you apply for the same, here are two articles that you should definitely refer to:

And once you are ready, read this guide to apply for an AdSense account. Do let me know if you have any particular question related to AdSense approval, and I would love to answer them. If you enjoyed reading this article, don’t forget to share it on Facebook and Google plus.


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186 thoughts on “How to Get Google Adsense Approval With A New Blog”

  1. Jenny

    Thanks for your article! I applied right when I started a blog with one or two posts, not knowing its qualifications. Of course I got rejected. I have a few more posts now and am reading more about it before I apply again. I don’t want to be that person that keeps applying (and possibly get rejected for life for doing so LOL). Anyway thanks!

  2. Natral

    I have added additional urls in my Adsense account but I sometimes lose the link.
    You can add the url’s in Settings, content, my sites. But the link for the approval of the
    additional settings I can’t find today. And that approval is needed to start earning!

  3. Sindhav Bhageerath

    hello harsh,
    i am inspired this post and create my own website
    within 15 day i got approved from google adsense….tips that listed above are helpful for my site…thanks man…

  4. bryologue

    Hi! Thank you for this. I remember bookmarking you website back in December 2016, before I had to reinvent my blog. I just got accepted/approved to Google AdSense after taking in as much advice from people in the internet (such as yours).

    You are indeed right. Content is king, while I consider design as queen. Not to mention, if an existing website (such as a blog in my case), has cluttered content, it helps to do a clean up of almost everything to contribute to an improved structure. And it means visiting everything from the start. Long and tedious, but it will worth it in the end.

    It did wonders for me, and I was surprised in took me around 10 days to have my blog finally approved. I had four rejections, the last time was back in 2015. It took me more than a year to try again and, voilà, it worked.

    I guess sometimes, we just need to have a bird’s eye view of where we stand to see things we could improve upon.

  5. Chandrashekhar kumar

    my AdSense account is approved but Earning is remained constant within 2 months, please help me

  6. Abiya

    Every business is being automated and digitally promoted. The old marketing tricks are slowly fading away.

    Here are few reasons why digital marketing is important:

    Helps you target audience according to your business category.
    Increases you presence on the internet which indirectly gives a boost to your sales.
    Allows you to get in contact with new people and let them understand what services / products you provide.

  7. Noel

    Hi, can a company (L.L.C.) or corporation can have an AdSense?

  8. Okoye H.p.c

    Hello harsh and mohi, First of all i want to thank you for making this article easier to understand… I know that a Hosted Google verified account is hard to get but the things you have mentioned in this article is really helpful in getting a google adsense account… I have applied for the adsense [ecember period] after doing some changes in my blog, i got google adsense approval on the 3rd of january….i’m so glad.
    your blog have helped me a lot and i’m greatful.
    i learn a lot from your blog.

  9. Bhupendra Rawat

    Hello Sir, First of all Thanks for making this article easier to understand… I know that a Hosted Google verified account is hard to get but the things you have mentioned in this article is really helpful in getting a google adsense account… I have now applied for the adsense after doing some changes in my blog… Hopefully, it will work… 🙂

    Thanks Once again 🙂

  10. Suraj jaiswal

    I am very much glad to tell you that i have not known about this copyright images and all but today i have got full clarity that how would i get free images from Google and other platforms by putting source name as well.
    Thank you so much for providing such a valuable information.

  11. James

    hello, you are really doing a great job. But, does my country determine whether I will get approved by google Adsense or not, am from the republic of Mauritius and i just started a blog with unique content last week.

  12. Tedbits

    Thanks. I certainly hope this will help me in my blog, its a month old but am still working on improving my content for max quality.
    Maybe I will apply in my second month.

  13. Sanu Mondal

    Hi Abrar,

    I have read your blog, Thanks for Sharing this article. Mr Abrar recently i made a blogging site and at this moment i have added some Affiliate advertisement in my site. So After 6 month when i will apply for Google Adsense then may i get Adsense approval for my site ? Also Another Question is I am using free blog template so after would it be any problem to get approval ?

  14. Manjunath

    Its not an easy task to get approved adsense account since i have an experience of 4 time rejects. I was so annoyed that i should forget adsense monetization and try an other….but after researching on blogs like this…i got adsense easily approved….the above points are all true that helps to approve the adsense account..Thank you for your kind info 😃

  15. Towp

    Hi Abrar

    I have been with Adsense for 10 years using it on blogger platform.

    I have since created a new blogger blog which I’ve had for over 6 months, and have 30+ posts.

    When I try and click on Adsense within the settings, It says, “This blog does not qualify for Adsense”.

    I click on the .link to I click on HOW TO QUALIFY FOR ADSENSE. It then says, When you’re ready, please submit an application.

    It then says You are currently signed in as [email protected]. Would you like to use this account to sign up for AdSense? Which ever account you choose will be used to log in to your new AdSense account.

    I clicked on Yes.

    Welcome To Adsense Page.
    step 1 step 2 step 3
    Your account Your website Your information

    I’m now at step 1. It then said You are currently signed in as [email protected], which already has an AdSense account. We only support one AdSense account per individual or business.

    I then clicked on log in with current account. and a blue thin line just continually scrolls along the top of the browser as if somethings about to happen and after hours, nothing happens.

    Can I bypass this and have another way to apply for approval.

    Any help or advice would be much appreciated.


  16. Rohan Sharma

    My adsense approved..
    Bt they didn’t ask for bank details..
    How i will be paid then.??

  17. Abir

    I submitted my adsense application before 8 days…
    They are not replying to me…
    So again i applied for adsense with different email now i got reply that my adsense account information mathching with before applied approved adsense account….But first applied account still showing awating for adsense approval….help me please…..

  18. rohan

    I don’t have my own site.. i link adsense by youtube account.. n apply monetization..
    I get adsense ID on gmail.. now what.??

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      You must have received a mail to login in to your adsense account. You need to click and sign up for Adsense.

  19. Jammi


    Nice post, but tell me one thing. Can we apply for ads if my blog is made on or WordPress or If yes, then can we convert it into main domain during applied ads.


  20. Simon

    Good Post, Im looking forward to apply, my website has 24 article and the prob is my name domain is 1month older now so should i apply or nop .?

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      If you have done everything as listed, you can apply. 6 month requirement is a myth!

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