Adsense Approval Process November 2015

It goes without saying that so far, one of the best contextual advertising programs is Google Adsense. Bloggers love it. Writers write for it. And entrepreneurs kick off with it.

Google Adsense approval process

In getting your adsense account, the most difficult part was to have your account approved. It used to take weeks, if not months when Google used to approve AdSense accounts. Starting from October 2015, it has become easier and faster for you to get a new Google Adsense account

Rejoice new bloggers and entrepreneurs. You have now great and higher chances of being successful in earning online income.

  • Ensure your website is compatible with AdSense
  • Sign up for an AdSense account
  • Login to your AdSense account
  • Add the AdSense code
You have to be patient here even though Google Adsense has made the entire process easier and faster. Once you add the advertising code on your website, it would take at least 48 hours for your application to be processed, approved and ads shown on your website. Once you start seeing contextual ads, you will start earning money as time progresses.
ere is the process for AdSense approval:
  • Go to Adsense.com and register for your account. Mention your Name, Address and URL correctly. Do not try to dodge the system or you may get banned.
  • Once you sign up, login and create the ad sets.
  • Copy paste the ad sets on your website and wait for at least 48 hours for the approval.
  • Once your Adsense account is approved, you will get a confirmation email from Google.
  • Let the money flow in. Once your account reaches $10, you will get a PIN emailed to your residential or office address that you mentioned while signing up.
  • Use the PIN code to verify your account so that payment method can be added.
  • Add in a local bank as payment method. Only after reaching $100, would Google be able to send you your payment to preferred bank or payment method.

 

Yasir Saeed

A tech enthusiast, blogger and all things tech geek, I am Yasir Saeed from Pakistan, somewhere in my mid 20's. I write how-to-guides and other tech topics for you on my personal blog at yasirsaeed.com.