Google AdSense Approval Trick 2021 [100% Legit Guide]

In this guide, I will reveal 100% working & legit methods for google Adsense approval trick in 2021 & beyond. We can earn 10x more with AdSense than any other platforms. But monetizing content through AdSense is also tricky at the same time for newbies due to lack of proper planning.

If you are looking to start a career online by approving Google AdSense account, you’ve landed on safe hands here. In this guide, I will explain everything that you need to get Adsense approval super fast. So, keep reading until the end.

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Adsense Approval Trick 2021

Terminologies

It is important to have simple knowledge of the following terminologies.

Google Adsense: A brilliant, legit, and most trusted blog monetization platform and network. We earn money on autopilot every day when someone clicks on ads displayed through Adsense.

Google AdWords: A platform for business promotion. Advertisers pay a fixed amount to promote their brand through banner, text, and link advertisements. Those ads are displayed on our site or youtube videos through AdSense.

Advertiser: The business owner who pays money to Google to promote their brand through ads.

Publisher: The creator of the YouTube channel or website owner who displays ads on their content to get paid.

CPC: Cost Per Click. Bidding & auction takes place between different advertisers inside AdWords. The advertiser who pays the highest bid can place an ad on a particular page of their choice. It determines the CPC (Cost Per Click) rate & other values.

Alright, let’s dive right into the first AdSense approval Trick.

Niche Research

Niche research is the first step towards successful blogging through AdSense. Most newbies copy others and work on the same old mixed up topics like technology, health, SEO, MMO, etc.

But, they don’t check the competition and the total number of websites already working on such niches. They keep reproducing the same old content already present on the internet. As a result, they get rejected due to a lack of uniqueness.

There are two types of niche:

  1. Macro
  2. Micro

A macro niche is a bigger topic like Health, Technology, Fitness, Food, etc. They have a lot of competition and sites working for decades on them with a team. So we cannot compete with them directly.

Therefore, we have to find micro niches that focus on a specific topic only and are not highly competitive to beat. An example could be: Health (Macro) > Hospital > Thermometer (micro).

We dig down a macro niche deeper and deeper to find a more exciting and easy topic for our website. First, we will make content around that topic only, and when we start to grow, we convert from micro into the macro.

Whenever you select a niche, be sure to check the Google trend for it and search volume. You don’t want to work on a topic that makes money only one month in a year. It must be evergreen by checking seasonality.

Also, avoid the niches that contain:

  • Pirated software, movies, and app downloads.
  • Guns, drugs, and mafia supply.
  • Black Market / illegal buying and selling.
  • Abusive experience
  • Endangered or threatened species
  • Dangerous or derogatory content
  • Copyrighted, Pirated, or Brands copy.
  • Violence, Harassment, racism, bully, or fearful content.
  • Content in abusive language.
  • Selling illegal products, drugs, software, courses, movies, etc.
  • Copied content.

Read More about disallowed content at Google Publisher Policies page.

Planning Content

After finding a profitable niche, our next step is to plan content to publish on our website. We start by doing keyword research and find long-tail low competition keywords.

Also, make a list a list of 5 to 8 sub-topics in your niche. Every sub-topic must contain 20-30 keywords from basics to advanced. While creating the content, start from the most basic and essential topics.

It makes internal linking powerful and controls the bounce rate. This will let you create a big authority brand site for the long run in the future. I recommend creating content before website setup because once your site is live, you can publish instantly without having to wait, which is good for SEO.

Website Setup

When you are on my page, you are going to follow my recommendations. I create every website on WordPress, it’s my choice (personal). There are a lot of reasons why I select WordPress:

  • It gives full control over our site, no restrictions.
  • There is no risk of the website being deleted without our acknowledgement.
  • Sites load faster.
  • Best SEO experience and ranking proof.
  • Mobile friendly, responsive, and clean design.

You will need a new domain with no past history. I’m not just talking about the point of approving AdSense but also for the successful project. Easy to remember TLDs (.com, .net, .org) are highly recommended for this purpose. Personally, I try to avoid EMDs and brand names, I prefer PMDs.

You must also enable SSL certificates to encrypt data for safe transfer. When SSL is enabled, a website’s URL changes from HTTP to HTTPS. Some browsers also show green colour in the address bar and display a lock. An SSL certificate is a google ranking factor as well as AdSense checks for it during approval.

Website setup on WordPress is a big, really huge part that I cannot explain on this page. But whenever you do that, make sure to create the following pages:

  • About
  • Contact
  • Privacy Policy
  • Disclaimer
  • Terms & Conditions
  • Sitemap

The above pages must be displayed and visible either on the menus, footer, or sidebar. Also, mention your real name with the address on the sidebar area of the blog to confirm your identity whenever the AdSense team comes into your site to verify you.

Mobile Responsive Design

Your site could be loaded on various platforms like desktop, tablet, and mobile. Google highly recommends using Mobile Responsive Design so that the website elements are correctly loaded on every device.

For WordPress, my personal favourite mobile-friendly themes are:

  • Genesis (Framework)
  • Magazine Pro (Child Theme)
  • Generatepress premium
  • Metro Pro
  • Academy pro

Note: Only use the original themes supplied from an official vendor or found in the WordPress repository. Your website is at risk if you use cracked or nulled themes and plugins.

Such items block IP addresses or may even contain viruses, malware, spoofing & vulnerable codes infecting your site. They also lower your website’s search engine rankings. As a result, you might get your Adsense application disapproved. So never use a nulled theme or WordPress plugin if you are going to work with AdSense.

Creating Content

Before applying for AdSense, we must publish a few articles. Now, Google has never revealed the number of posts required for AdSense. To play safe, we will create articles around all those keywords that we have planned before the site setup, minimum 20.

You must know the basic concepts of On-Page SEO and Content Writing while publishing blog posts. The content must be slightly higher than your competitor’s page. A fixed number for content length is not recommended, but if you have long posts than your opponent, it’s a plus sign. Try to keep it at least 1,000 words minimum compulsory as the lower limit.

Tips for content creation:

Divide the content into headings and subheadings using header tags.

  • Add the main keyword in h1 and h2 tag
  • Add 3 paragraphs of introduction.
  • The first paragraph must contain the focus keyword.
  • Add Tables and Table of Contents
  • Optimize for Schema Markup
  • Check for plagiarism, grammar, and spelling mistakes
  • Don’t write words just for the sake of increasing article length.
  • Provide the promised content directly.
  • Add both internal and external links.
  • Fix permalinks.
  • Add Images with proper alt attributes.
  • Maintain a keyword density of 1% (although it does not matter much)

Do quick Site Audit

A site audit is making sure that there are no technical errors present and fixing issues to optimize for better performance. The first thing to audit is the website loading speed. A data says, most people press the back button if a website takes more than 2 seconds to load.

Some other audits that you need to perform are:

  • Submit sitemap to search console & Get Indexed on SERP
  • Setup Google Analytics
  • SSL Certificate
  • Favicon
  • Mobile-Friendly template
  • Connect to social media accounts
  • Site redirects to preferred with or without www version
  • XML and HTML sitemap
  • robots.txt file

Installing Google Analytics on your website is necessary. GA shows the performance, traffic, and user statistics of your blog in real-time. For example, pages that the visitors are watching right now, bounce rate, landing pages, and similar information.

Read Rules & Apply

If you have completed all the above tricks, you are just one step away from getting AdSense approved. One last step is to read Google AdSense Guidelines and making sure that you are not violating any policies.

As long as you verify that you are not violating the rules, you are ready to sign up for AdSense. Just visit the website and fill-up the form providing correct details about you and your business website. They will also provide a small code that you have to place in the website’s header.

Conclusion

Normally, it takes up to 48 hours to review your site and tell you the good news if you’ve performed the above steps properly. You can use this exact adsense approval trick for WordPress and Blogspot as well.  Now, only a few people make up to the bottom of this page, and you are one of them. Tell me in the comments below if this guide helped you or not. 🙂 [C U]

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