This post was most recently updated on January 18th, 2023
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?
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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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.
Usually, this is not possible. The quickest you can expect to get approved is within 24-48 hours
Approval time for AdSense varies. Generally, publishers get accepted within 24-48 hours, but it can also take up to 1-2 weeks.
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