How can I get quick approval from Google Adsense?

mr.boti April 24, 2010

I’ve created a blog 2 week ago and at the same time I signed up for Google Adsense. Still it says yet to be approved. Please help me to get get rid of this problem. Thank for future help.

  1. Onlinemelvi
    May 27, 2011 at 2:44 am

    Here is a method to get adsense account in just one day,

    • AndroidBlogger20
      June 16, 2011 at 8:47 am

      Thanks melvin, will try your suggestion.

  2. Anshul Dixit
    April 27, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    First let me tell you that you can get your Adsense account approved only after your blog is six months old. This is according to Google's Terms & Conditions and ascertains that you are not a spammer.

    However even after six months your account might not get approved immediately. So for fast approval follow these steps:

    1) Apply from top level domain i.e. instead of applying from, use

    2) If you are using a custom domain chances of your account getting approved increases. This is because if you are spending some money on your blog, it signifies that you are serious about it and have not started a blog just to make out some quick money. However I'm not claiming that if you are using a blogspot domain your account won't get approved. Just that probability is high if you have a custom domain. And custom domain doesn't cost a fortune these days. You can easily get one for around $10 a year from GoDaddy, NameCheap etc.

    3) While registering your domain, go for atleast 2 years of registration. This again keeps you in good book of Google, because spammers generally go for one year registration. Again I'm not saying that one year registration won't get you approval- just that you will be looked suspiciously by Google.

    4) As I mentioned above about 6 months period, so use that period in writing quality content, linking to good blogs/websites and try to get a decent page rank. All this will help you in coming in Google's good book.

    5) Alternatively you can use some established services like Hubpages, Knol etc to get your account approved quickly.

    Hope this helps.


  3. Aibek
    April 26, 2010 at 7:13 am

    I second Saikat, you need to provide us with more details about your blog before we can give you any feedback.

  4. Saikat Basu
    April 26, 2010 at 5:15 am

    Your question is a bit vague because you haven't given any details about your blog. Does it have its own domain name or is it hosted on Blogger as a sub-domain? Do you have content uploaded? Though I am no expert, it seems now that Google is earmarking content rich blogs for approval over those which have less content. Also, I hope your blog has been setup according to all the terms and conditions as laid down by Google for approval.