Google Adsense Signup Experience

Welcome to IDBlogging, tonight is still late to be considered night, but it doesn't feel natural to go to sleep. So I tried to open a blog, and thought about writing a signup experience Google Adsense.

To share this experience, maybe you can start with the story, because it's easier if you tell the story.

I got this experience when I registered my blog, using the blogger.com platform to Google Adsense.

This is how the story goes:

This blog was first created in 2013 when I was still in college. It's still a joke.

Instead of writing complaints on social media, I chose a blog to complain about.

The reason for making a blog is actually because you really want to be different. I've also read several articles that by blogging we can earn money.

Also Read: How to Overcome Low Value Content Adsense

Due to lack of information, lazy to read, finally I just agitated to write. Until finally in 2014 began to fill it with articles in the form of college assignments.

Apart from that, I have never filled it with other material or content. The total may be around 12 posts, until 2020 in February (Starting the Pandemic) the number of posts does not increase...

Finally, at the beginning of March, I started to open this blog again, because my job is now lighter and I have a lot of free time.

Flashback to my posts in the past. Reading it, it really feels amused hehe, for posts that are ridiculous I'll make it private, it's a shame if it's deleted.

Oh yes, then it arose to continue my hobby of writing on this blog more seriously.

But it turned out that my post, which was only 12 seeds, was seen by more than hundreds of thousands. Wow, that's great, but you have to remember that it's been 7 years. So it's not really comparable to well-known blogs.

This motivates me to return to blogging again.

After reading some references to be active in writing, then I decided to buy a domain engineerengine.com as a replacement domain for the previous one.

My focus at the beginning of March was to make my blog look more modern and like it is today, and make up my mind that writing is a hobby.

So, everything I write is content that has weight, although it must be admitted that it's still not very readable.

After finishing editing the look of the template I started entering some new posts.

But what's the power of this hand can't wait not to register for Google Adsense. Long story short, on 27 September I signed up for Google Adsense.

Do you want to know if it was accepted or not?

Continue reading until the end..

How Many Posts When Signing Up for Google Adsense?

Maybe the total post is only 16 real articles, and some of the jokes that still exist. But I want to prove the truth of the adsense experts. (admit it)

How much traffic is this blog?

Frankly, because I'm desperate to register with google adsense, the average number of daily visitors is only about 50, sometimes even only 20...

Accepted?

Accepted on first try. After registering on April 4th, I got a love letter from Google Adsense that I was accepted as their ad publisher 7 days later..

It was a surprise, because at first I wasn't sure if it would be accepted.

Conclusion

From this I can conclude that, to register for Google Adsense, your blog does not have to 100% follow what you find on other people's blogs.

Because basically, there are no standard rules for registering a blog to google adsense.

It's only limited to what has been explained by Google regarding the rules of a blog and the age of the Google Adsense registrant.

At the time of registering and being accepted I conclude these things will be your parameters accepted or not by google adsense.

From a self-data point of view:

  1. Using a valid gmail account.
  2. Age at gmail is over 18 years old.
  3. There are no problems with the registered blog account.

From a Blog Point of View:

  1. The age of the blog to be registered is not certain. I have a new domain 3 weeks old.
  2. Already have an article. (not copy paste)
  3. The blog already shows good navigation buttons.
  4. Have a page – Privacy Policy – ​​Term of Service – Disclaimer – About

If the above conditions have been fulfilled, I am sure you will also be accepted.

Read: Advantages of using the blogger platform.

Closing Event

Maybe those of you who want to register for Google Adsense often look for information about the terms and tricks to be accepted by Google.

From my personal experience, what they write on the blog, how to get tips and tricks to get accepted is actually quite helpful, although not entirely accurate.

Google Adsense has minimum requirements as they write on the Google Adsense registration page.

For suggestions from existing bloggers, their suggestions would be something like this:

  • Navigation menu must be complete
  • Number of Posts – Some provide info that must be at least 5 content per tag
  • Number of Visitors – At least 100 can be registered
  • Don't Change Template
  • Important menus such as: ToS, Disclaimer, Privacy Policy, About etc
  • Use a contemporary look.

Well I guess that's what they suggested, and some I followed and some I broke. From some of the suggestions above, what I didn't do was in points 2, 3, and 4.

So in conclusion, Google has its own criteria as long as your content is good, looks good, and most importantly, it's not about things that are prohibited by Google such as gambling, pornography, and drug trafficking, I'm sure you will also be accepted.

For me personally, I hope this can be used as a motivator to keep writing and sharing knowledge. What I hope is that in the future I will continue to be able to consistently create content that can help and educate you for a better future..

If there is something you want to ask, please write it in the comments column.

Until here first, see you in the next post..

Jitendra Vaswani is a Digital Marketing Practitioner & international keynote speaker currently living a digital nomadic lifestyle and founder of internet marketing blog BloggersIdeas.com & Digital Marketing Agency DigiExe. During his more than 8 years of expertise in Digital Marketing, Jitendra has been a marketing consultant, coach, speaker and author of "Inside A Hustler's Brain: In Pursuit of Financial Freedom" which has sold over 20.000 copies, worldwide & a contributor to "International Book Writers" Best selling Growth Hacking 2". He has trained 10.000+ digital marketing professionals to date and has held digital marketing workshops around the world. His main goal is to help people build businesses through digitization, making them realize that dreams will come true if you stay passionate. View portfolio ( jitendra.co). Find him at LinkedIn, Twitter, & Facebook.

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