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How To get Easily Approved by Google Adsense

Updated on July 25, 2012

For some people that are new to Google Adsense you might want to check this out first.

I have heard so many people complaining and asking questions on how to get approved by Google Adsense. Some are asking why did they reject my application, i just followed their application instructions. And some got the issues regarding their postal code, language and even more.

When I decided to apply in Google Adsense, I got rejected many times due to many certain reasons. I got a postal code issues, issues regarding the language. I did resubmit the application every time they have rejected it. So then I got frustrated and decided to stop myself from applying.

After days of frustration, I decided to have a reasearch why my application was rejected.

These are the common cases why your applications are rejected:

Postal Code Not Stated or Incorrect

  • Your personal information is a large factor for Google to accept your application. You must fill up all the necessary fields honestly. Regarding the postal code issues, You can search for your postal code in google if you are not certain of your postal code. For your address, you must include the house number, Street, City, region or you can just follow the example that google gave for what necessary fields you must include in your address

Unacceptable site Content

  • Before submitting your application, you must read first the guidelines. Many people are sometimes ignoring these guidelines when registering or applying for an account. Some will just skip or just simply don't read the guidelines and terms and conditions when registering. You must follow these guidelines on what your site must contain for Google to approve your application.

Violating the terms and conditions / Program Policies

  • Once again you must read their Terms and Condition for you to know what are your limitations. You must also follow the Program Policies that google implemented so that your application will be approved.

Its just so amazing and fulfilling seeing at your inbox telling you that your application has been approved.  After I got this message from Google,  I was so happy.

For all who have not yet applied or experiencing this problems, try reading.  Before you accept the terms and conditions, just make sure to understand it so that your time will not be wasted.


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    • Keisha Hunter profile image

      Keisha Hunter 

      4 years ago from Kingston, Jamaica

      I'm still at a loss, but i'll go do my research. I was rejected on TOS grounds.

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      5 years ago

      Great Post :) Thank you for Sharing...

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      6 years ago

      here is my experience with adsense approval

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      6 years ago

      Thanks A Lot. Great Info

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      Ebooks download 

      6 years ago

      How to solve the "Difficult in navigation" problem?

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      7 years ago

      Thanks for sharing such a great information with us.. Its a great post.

      It will definitely help me for my website

    • temp_inizer profile image


      7 years ago from Noida (India)

      Thanks for sharing great information with us.... most of us dont know the fact why Google reject...

    • idreesfarooq profile image


      8 years ago from fiverr dot com/idreesfarooq

      your are right man. I like your post. Looking forward for more interesting hubs. keep posting

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      8 years ago

      Nice tips borge, people really need to pay attention to their application, especially when applying to an authority like Google. You should definitely need to have your stuff together when approaching them. But Google has gotten more strict in accepting applications over the years, in particularly with the quality of sites that they decide to accept. Here's an interesting blog post on the topic:

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      8 years ago

      Ya nice information.people dont see the basic information. Nice hub keep it up!

    • adorababy profile image


      8 years ago from Syracuse, NY

      Google recently lifted a ban prohibiting independent publishers like me to report about the use and effectiveness of their unique advertising program.

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      Jobin Jayan 

      8 years ago

      i was rejected may time but like u i also gave up but now i am gonna do it once more


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      Marie Giunta 

      8 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      So true, I was only approved on my third try. Adsense can be a bit confusing especially if you don't understand computer jargon.

    • borge_009 profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Philippines

      Thanks Lady_E for visiting.

      You're right i see a lot of people asking why their application are not approved. That's why I made this hub.

    • Lady_E profile image


      8 years ago from London, UK

      This is very useful. It seems like Google are limiting approval of applications these days and a lot of Hubbers are asking questions on how to get approved.

      If I see such question again, I'll refer them to this Hub.


    • prasetio30 profile image


      8 years ago from malang-indonesia

      I agree with you, there's essential reason why google reject our application. I hope we can learn from your case. thank you

    • JerseyGirl profile image


      8 years ago from Jersey Shore

      I like your hubs - they really are great! Thanks for sharing!

    • borge_009 profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Philippines

      That's right Lorraine. There's no harm in trying as long as you're on the right track. Thanks.

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      8 years ago

      interesting hub.... it sure does pay to keep on trying.

    • borge_009 profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Philippines

      Thanks for dropping by Chaotic Chica. I hope You have already solved your prob about adsense

    • Chaotic Chica profile image

      Chaotic Chica 

      8 years ago

      Thank you for the heads up-I was just wondering about adsense not too long ago. I haven't been denied but haven't been approved yet either!

    • borge_009 profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Philippines

      thanks peter for visiting. Yout right, they are accusing google for not approving their application.

    • Peter Dickinson profile image

      Peter Dickinson 

      8 years ago from South East Asia

      You are so right. People do need to look where they are going wrong. It is not Google who has got it wrong.


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