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I have my own website and want a google adsense approval
what should I do to get it instantly. give me some tips.
1.There is no such thing as Instant approval from Google.
2. First you need to apply for Google Adsense.
3. Wait for the response from Google - first they will review your site and give you an equivalent of temporary approval.
4. They will monitor/review your site for a limited time and then may or may not give final approval
(From September Google has been following this two step approval process for Adsense approval).
Your final approval depends on :
1. How much content you have and
2. The quality of the content
3. Adherence to Google TOS
Read the Google Adsense application steps, its TOS in detail to understand the whole process in detail. Good Luck.
You really don't need to worry about Adsense approval. As long as you're providing content worth being listed on search engines, Google will like you.
Let me know if you need any help. Send me a message. I'm from India too, and have been with Adsense for a while.
First things first, know that the Adsense CPC in India for all keywords is just terrible. Quality works less, quantity more.
From what I can tell, Google is open to Indian publishers since it would like to get more money from the country. Most publishers means more places Adwords can publish.
Make sure that your blog has at least 20 pages of quality content, and go ahead and apply to Adsense.
All the best!
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