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How To Get Google AdSense Approval for a New Website Quickly

How to Get Google AdSense Approval for a New Website Quickly in 2024

by | Last updated Jan 5, 2024 | 4 comments

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  1. Kelvin

    This was a good read. Google Adsense is the dream of any new blogger.

    Keep up the good work, chief.

    • Segun Alalade

      Thanks, Kelvin! I am glad you find the article helpful.

  2. Success

    Thanks for the update

    Please I applied for AdSense but got an email saying my website need some issue to be fixed before ready for ads.

    Does it mean I’m denied or can I reapply?

    • Segun Alalade

      You are not denied yet. Google just wants you to fix some issues on your site.

      You may need to look into these checklists before you re-apply:

      1. You must have enough high-quality content on your website
      2. Ensure your website navigation bar is easy for visitors to find
      3. Make sure you have enough content on your website, at least 15-20 long articles
      4. Check if your website contents are free from plagiarism
      5. I checked your website, and you don’t have an about page, contact page, and privacy policy page in place.
      6. Make sure your website is at least 180 days old.

      Fix all these issues and re-apply. Google will approve your website. I hope this helps you get the issues fixed. If there’s anything else, I will be willing to help you


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