Tips for Getting Approved to AdSense


To get approved for AdSense (and DoubleClick Ad Exchange), your site needs to meet some basic criteria. If you’re finding that your site is getting rejected by Google and their approval team, then make sure you meet these criteria before applying again. If you can’t get your site approved, then it’s game over: you won’t be able to run Google AdSense or Ad Exchange ads on your site at all.

So what are the fundamental ways to make sure you get approved for Google Ad Exchange?

  1. Make sure the website is on your own top-level domain. A Blogger, Wordpress, Tumblr, or Squarespace domain won’t do; it has to be in the form of
  2. Provide accurate personal information with your application that matches the information on your domain registration. Otherwise, this raises red flags for Google and they might think your site is illegitimate.
  3. Include substantial and original content on your site. Google can detect unoriginal or vapid copy.
  4. Comply with the Google Webmaster Quality Guidelines.

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So get to it, and make sure your site is compliant with these four foundational principles. We want to see your site approved to Google Ad Exchange as much as you do.

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How do I get my blog AdSense approved?

To get approved for AdSense, you need to comply with their program policies with regards content, be18 years old, and have an active Gmail account not linked to an AdSense account. In addition, we recommend having a site that is at least three months old and has more than 30 articles of unique content published that’s already generating traffic. When signing up, do not forget to add the AdSense code to your site as well.

How can I get AdSense approval in 1 minute?

Usually, this is not possible. The quickest you can expect to get approved is within 24-48 hours

How long does AdSense approval take?

Approval time for AdSense varies. Generally, publishers get accepted within 24-48 hours, but it can also take up to 1-2 weeks.

Kean Graham

CEO and Founder at MonetizeMore

Kean has been a pioneer in the AdTech world since 2010 who believes in the supremacy of direct publisher deals, programmatic advertising, and building ad technology as keys to scaling ad revenue. Here, he provides publisher resources and guides covering areas like website monetization, AdSense optimization, Google Ad Manager, Ad Exchanges, and much more.

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  1. Kumar

    Very useful post. actually I got approved my adsense account by following this tips. I think flowing google webmaster quality guidelines is very important to getting approval.

    • MonetizeMore

      Following the Google quality guidelines on content and site placement is vital; without this, your application has no chance of success. We’re very happy you were able to get that approval, best wishes.


      thanks, it’s helpful for me.

  2. deepika singh

    Thank you very much for the blog you wrote on this topic…I needed a blog that has information about AdSense .. I also have a website and I was looking at how to apply for AdSense… But I got that information from your blog… Thank you once again.

  3. Emma

    With your guide I got my first Google Adsense approved account for e my website. Thank you so much for that.

  4. Dibin Johnson

    Thanks for this post, its a great read! And I fully agree to the points mentioned by you. Google has tightened its review policies these days, and getting an approval itself is like a huge achievement. Wonderful post!!

  5. Prabhjot sngh

    thanks for this article.

  6. Robins Raj

    Really Your Article helped me in getting adsense approval. Thank You very much.

  7. chetan

    hey, monetize more your post is pretty good actually I apply 3 to 4 times for Adsense but didn’t get success and I confused a lot about this. but now my main query is resolved.
    Thanks a lot.

  8. Haris Ali

    I have more then 300+ daily visitors and also Unique content on my blog but I didn’t get adsense approval!
    What is the matter?
    Can you please help me out!

    • MonetizeMore

      More traffic needed, most likely, plus more quantity and quality of content. Keep working on the site as much as possible, and good luck

    • Indrajit sahu

      As because your website got 500+ traffic and you’re going to make your site monetize. Well, that’s not enough. Check all your site thoroughly if your navigation bar is perfect to navigate or not, check if your site has fulfilled the criteria of AdSense almost all or not. These slight mistakes can break things. Cheers.

  9. Jo

    Hi! Will I possibly get adsense approval if I promote my articles thru other platforms like facebook?

    • MonetizeMore

      Facebook promotion is not linked to Adsense approval.

  10. Indrajit Sahu

    You’re shared exactly what I thought because recently I got an Adsense approval in one of my websites and these are the exact tips I followed. I really appreciate your work. Even though you make an extra-ordinary website, your content should be unique and original that written by you, and that’s what the AdSense team looking for. That’s all.😀

  11. Sawan Kumar

    Great article! Loved the post 🙂

  12. Pankaj

    The information given by you is very good and informative and the way you write is also good. Thank you for the information.


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