Getting “Google Adsense” account approved is a dream of every blogger. Because Adsense is the best revenue-generating advertisement network. Once, the AdSense is approved on a blog or website, then AdSense will be an ATM machine. Getting AdSense account approval on blog/website is not difficult. People have made it difficult. I approved Google Adsense Account on my 12-13 days old non-hosted website. In this article, I would like to share the white hat trick to get Google Adsense Account approved on a non-hosted website.
Note: This trick is for a completely new website(new domain and new email id)
I had been trying for AdSense approval on my another non-hosted website (passionlabz.com) for about 10 to 12 months and always got rejected. It was getting difficult for me to make changes to about 35 posts on passionlabz.com. So I made this new website (yourtechnocrat.com). I migrated to WordPress from Blogger because WordPress is absolutely fantastic.
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Purchase everything new:
I purchased a new domain, GoDaddy hosting and installed the WordPress. And on the same day, I created a new email account which is similar to that of my domain. My domain name is yourtechnocrat.com so I created an email id as email@example.com This will have a good impression on the person who manually checks your website for Adsense approval.
Starting the content:
I have started writing posts and every day I used to write at least one post with 500-800 words. I applied for Adsense when the posts count reached 12/13 and it got approved in 7 days when the posts count reached 20posts.
Improve server response time:
If your website goes down even for a second while checking the website, then they will surely disapprove. I faced this problem and fixed it with some tweaks. I changed my nameservers from GoDaddy to Cloudfare because CloudFlare is free and provide excellent server response time.
Use PNG images:
Images also contribute to the loading speed of your Website. I recommend you to use PNG images of size less than 1.5MB. If you are using WordPress, then there are some plugins which help you to convert JPEG images to PNG images.
Add content to only one category:
If you have any posts in more than 1 category, then google considers it to be a duplication of content and will disapprove your website. This point is suggested by the Top Blogger of India, Harsh Agarwal from shoutmeloud.
Add 5 important pages:
Write your name wherever possible:
Write your name in About Us page and I also recommend you to add your phone number and complete address. Later, you can remove it after getting AdSense Approved. And also create About Me widget in the sidebar.
Do Not Add Links of Other Websites:
Yes, you should not add any links which takes you to other websites. And do not add any download links.
Use a simple theme:
I am using a BASIC theme from WordPress. It is a very simple theme with proper navigation.
- Purchase a new domain, hosting and create an email id similar t the domain.
- Write 1 post a day with 500-800 words.
- Reduce server response time.
- Use PNG images
- Add content to only 1 category
- Add important pages
- Do not add links
- Use a simple theme
- Include your name wherever possible.
I collected the above information from various sources and tried on my website.These tricks helped me to approve Google AdSense account on my new non-hosted website and I hope it will help you too. If you want me to review your website then contact me through contact us page or ping me on any social media network.