Update: this article was updated in December 2018 with a new AdSense account approval process.
It makes no sense to mention again that AdSense is one of the best contextual advertising networks. So far, the AdSense approval process has been simple: you’ve created a new AdSense account, your account has been verified, the Adsense team accepts your application, and you can implement ads on your website and start making money.
Since then, AdSense has changed the AdSense approval process and made it easier for new publishers. Here is the new account approval process :
Make sure your site is compatible with AdSense
Register your AdSense account
Sign in to your AdSense account
Add AdSense code
Waiting 1-2 weeks for final review and approval
Once you add code to your blog, it will show empty ads. Here’s how to create your first AdSense ad unit:
In a typical scenario, it takes 48 hours to validate the application. Once your app is approved, it will start showing ads on your blog and you will start making money.
The following is the AdSense approval process:
Register an account by going to AdSense.com ahhh! Provide all necessary information about your name, address, and website URL.
Sign in to your AdSense account and create your AdSense codes. Put the codes in the blog sidebar.
Ads will appear as empty until the final approval process is complete. Approval can take up to 2 weeks. Make sure you don’t delete ads.
After the final consideration of the application, you will receive a confirmation email.
Once your AdSense revenue reaches $ 10, AdSense will send you a PIN to your address.
Sign in to your AdSense account and enter your Pin when You receive It.
Congratulations you have completed all the steps. Once your account reaches $100, Google will send you or send your earnings. I recommend enabling direct Bank transfer for AdSense payments.
While this will certainly help in verifying domain ownership and more compared to those who register with someone else’s website, it can be difficult to get into Adsense. However, if your account is still declined, it’s time to try the AdSense alternatives.
Cm. also: big changes in the approved account of AdSense partner sites
Have you recently signed up for Adsense? What was your experience with the new application process?
Here is a video that will help you in the process of adding AdSense codes to your WordPress blog.
You can read the following useful AdSense tips: