How i saved my Google adsense Account from Being Disable

Here is the story of My Google Adsense Account and How i saved my Adsense Account from Being Disable. Back in 2014 i applied for Google Adsense Program and i got approved in the first attempt with this blog. Me and some of my friends started blogging at that time, most of them already left blogging and few are still struggling for Google adsense. Here i am going to write about my 2 years of journey with Google Adsense and what mistake i did with my adsense account.

By mistake i attach a Movie site link in one of my Blog post which was about Free Movies downloading site list. But after the publishing of that post i got an email form Google adsense which was about Violation of Adsense Program Polices. Here i add the screen shoot of the mail what they told me on the mail. ads v

But i didn’t received any kind of notification on my Adsense account. I removed the post immediately and removed all the related post which was linking with that post, then after few hours i received the notification on my Adesnse account like the below image. adsense 4

Then i click on the Action button and then it open the below Tab by itself.

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Then i clicked on the Mark Resolved Button and Selected the Removed Content

 

5 Best Tips To Get Google AdSense Approval Fast

These days all bloggers are working hard to create a Website/blog basically focusing on the earning from Google Adsense. But getting Google AdSense Approval is very tough.Google AdSense provides very strict Terms & Conditions, failing which Google will disapprove your Application.  So, today we will provide you the 5 best tips which you should follow  to get approved by Google Adsense . So here is the 5 best Google AdSense Approval tips :

  • Age of Your Blog
  • Unique Content
  • Essential Pages
  • Good SEO
  • Backlinks
  • No other company’s advertisement

Age of your Blog:


Blog which are older than 6 months get Google AdSense approval  easily , But you need to work hard before applying to Google AdSense.

 


Unique content:


Remember one thing “Content is the king”. if you really want a Adsense Account then you have to write unique content. Content have minimum 500 words with proper Language. You can Use High rich keyWord. And make sure that articles are indexed by Google.

 


Essential Pages:


Make sure that your Website have an About Us, Privacy policy and contact us page. It is very important to get Google Adsense Approval.

 


 Good SEO:


SEO means search engine optimization. It will not only increase the chances of account approval, also increase Google ranking. Adsense check every post so it  is very necessary to make a good SEO friendly Website.

 


Backlinks:


Do follow Backlink is very important to get Approval. So create backlinks from trusted site as much as possible.

 


No other company’s advertisement!


Google don’t want other companies to advertise with Google Adsense.  So better to remove the other ads if you are using it. And also avoid using Pop Up ads. Google Certainly hates Pop Up !

N.B : It is seen that many websites are now-a-days using Chitika along with Google AdSense. So this point is a controversial one. kindly share your views.

 


CONCLUSION:


So, in this article we have provided 5 best tips to get Your Google AdSense approved. To get Google AdSense approved, you need to follow all the Google terms and conditions carefully. Unique & Quality Contents along with good Search Engine Optimization will help you to get your Google AdSense application approve.

Kindly provide your valuable feedback on the comment section below this post.

How to use Google Adsense Responsive Ads

Google launched a new responsive AdSense unit in beta that is specifically designed to run on sites that automatically adapt to different screen sizes. The units enable publishers to support multiple devices with responsive design web pages by letting them specify the size of the ad that will be served.
Publishers can simply create the unit, then modify the sample CSS media queries in the new ad code.
Google also warns that this is a beta option, and you should make sure to test these units on your website carefully.
Here is a screen shot of the beta option in the ad unit setup:
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Here are the items Google wants you to be aware of when it comes to this new beta ad unit:
  •     Be sure to specify fixed pixel values when setting the width and height of the ad to be served.
  •     Make sure that the specified width and height match one of our supported ad sizes. Please note that link unit sizes aren’t supported at the moment.
  •     The new ad code is responsive on initial page load only. Subsequent changes to the ad size, such as a screen orientation change, will not cause a new ad to be displayed. We know that this is an important feature for many of you and we’re currently working to address this.
  •     Always set a default ad size in case some media queries aren’t supported.
As Google notes, one thing that doesn’t work yet is support for screen orientation changes after a page has been loaded. Google plans to address this in the near future, however. For now, Google also can’t provide a breakdown by size for all the ads served by a responsive unit in its analytics tools. That, too, is something the company plans to introduce later.