The “NO” about Google AdSense that attracts “YES”

Making money online this day has become the most targeted keyword on the internet to the extent that many make us of it as their blog URL and this shows how internet users are very desperate about making a living from online income.

Making money online take diverse of ways; ranging from domain flipping, offering online service like website designing, setting up a blog, selling Ads space etc. But the very first mind-set of every newbie is to start making money from the online biggest advertiser which I decided not to include in the list above and that’s Google AdSense.

Almost all bloggers, internet marketers, and entrepreneur knows much about Google AdSense but the question is how often do they give or dash out their approval especially to newbies who don’t spend time to understand Google AdSense terms in correlation with AdSense terms and conditions.

The hidden fact about this post is to reveal the NO about Google AdSense that attracts publishers YES that may likely hit your mail account with congratulatory message and finally put smile on your cheek if at all your new account may not attract a single click for the first few months.

First and foremost, what the heck is Google AdSense?

Google AdSense is a program run by Google itself that allows all interested publishers in the Google Network of content site to serve automatic text, image, video or interactive media advertisement that are targeted to site content and audience~ Wikipedia.

According to a lay man definition, Google AdSense is one of the various ways of making money online from a website or blog. AdSense for content monitoring is a contextual ads that display relevant ads base on a targeted keyword.

In this post, I’ll sincerely show to you the “NO” about Google AdSense approval that bloggers tend to “YES” which often time give a achy heart and at the same time necessary for successful blogging.

The “NO” about Google AdSense that attracts “YES”

TRAFFIC: It’s crystal clear that traffic is very important when talking about earning real money online, building quality audience online is the only stepping stone to successful blogging but it’s not a most for publisher to drive tons of visitors daily to his blog before getting a valid Google AdSense account. It takes a lot of time for me to fully understand this fact dues to individual view about Google AdSense and traffic but as a matter of fact and sincerity, it was when my blog traffic started dropping and I myself got weary about blogging that I got AdSense approval and that enables my findings to be more realistic and real.

DOMAIN AGE: To some region like India, domain age really count while to larger percentage of interested publishers, domain age is just a shit. Outside the Indians and some regions, some interested users had a valid Google AdSense valid account with 6 weeks old domain, some 8 weeks and some don’t even have a valid AdSense account not until after 6 month or more but the fake mentality blogger carries is 6 months old domain name even though it’s crystal clear that it’s one of Google AdSense criteria for some region.

PLATFORM: It’s crystal clear that WordPress platform supersedes blogger platform in some areas like: search engine friendly, customization, user friendly platform etc. but all these are not Google AdSense criteria for approval or whatsoever.

NUMBER OF POSTS: Talking about the number of posts needed for a valid Google AdSense, it’s not specifically stated but ten quality content can get you a valid Google AdSense account even without dot com domain name but this is not to tell you that blogs with hundreds of post without a valid Google AdSense does not possess quality post rather, little attention on Google AdSense policies “NO”. With less than 20 posts, chances are that for you have to a valid AdSense account.

ALEXA RANK: Alexa rank is a vital part of blog or website that wanted to making money outside Google AdSense but how crucial is Alexa rank to Google AdSense approval? From my research and observation, it’s of no benefits to having a valid Google AdSense account but to advertisers. Adetechblog (ATB) got rejected countless number of times even when its Alexa rank was around 60,000 worldwide but finally got a valid account when it dropped to 100,ooo and that makes it a valid argument that Google AdSense approval has nothing to do with Alexa rank.

Google AdSense have their policies for approval which are not a depending factor on whatsoever criteria publishers might possess once their policies are not properly understood and put in place properly.


Adesanmi Adedotun is a part-time blogger who lives in Nigeria and Nigerian by birth, a chronic Mathematician as a profession. Am a typical fan of 9ice (Adigun Alapomeji) when it comes to Nigerian traditional singers. You can add me on Facebook . You can follow my UPDATE on Facebook | Twitter and on Google plus

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9 Responses to “The “NO” about Google AdSense that attracts “YES””


  1. Mar 03. 2014

    Hello Ade,

    It’s a great idea that you’ve finally got approval for your blog with Adsense. In a short while, I hope to congratulate you on your first check!

    I think your theme had a big hand in the approval…believe me, the current theme you use is simply great. Work hard and live the dot com lifestyle!

    Do have a very great Monday!

    Always,
    Terungwa
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  2. Mar 03. 2014

    I am seeing Adsense here already and t is really cool that you’re sharing some tips to get Adsense approval.

    Many newbie bloggers will be grateful for this but with me, I reserve my comment.
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  3. Mar 03. 2014

    Interesting take how Google approve adsense account for the publisher. You are right about NO on traffic, domain history, numbers of post, and platform and Alexa Rankings.

    Google never really consider these things before approval. I have my adsense account approved after meeting the application form demands!

    I found this post in kingged.com – the content syndication and social bookmarking website for Internet marketers. Hence, I also left the above comment.

    Sunday – kingged.com contributor

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  4. Mar 03. 2014

    Thank you Adetechblog for the reminding information’s about adsense..Keep blogging ..:)
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  5. Mar 04. 2014

    Google Adsense earning depends on the traffic. So people should concentrate on creating a good blog with good traffic. All 5 points given in the post are true. If we concentrate on these things, Google will surely approve adsense account.
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