Step #1. Have a TLD (Top Level Domain)
TLD stands for Top Level Domain. It includes the domains with extensions .com, .net, .org, etc. Researchers have clearly shown that AdSense can be approved easily when you have a TLD domain. In simple words, we call TLD a custom domain name. The custom domain name also makes an excellent reputation. So, stop blogging with free domains like .blogspot.com, .wordpress.com, .weebly.com, etc. If you want to succeed in blogging not only in approving the AdSense, a custom domain is a must.
Step #2. Get a Good Design for your blog
Yes, your blog must have an optimized and responsive design. It increases the chances of getting AdSense approval. It is often observed that the blogs with low-quality and non-responsive design always get disapproval from AdSense. If you’re not proficient in coding and don’t know how to build a responsive design, you can use free templates/themes.
Before you choose a theme for your blog, make sure it has the following features:
It is responsive:
Responsiveness of a theme means that it works on every device ranging from mobile phones to PCs.
It is user-friendly:
User-friendly means the design provides a better interface for the viewer. That’s the most important feature that must be present in a theme after responsiveness.
It is easy to navigate:
Is your theme/design easy to navigate and provides a good navigation system? If yes, apply the theme, right now!
Step #3. Make sure the content is unique
Content means the blog posts or the stuff that you’ve published on your blog.
Some new bloggers don’t create their content; they just copy – paste and steal other’s content. They don’t think how destroying it could be for their blogging career. Make sure you publish original content. Learn how to write content for blogs.
Step #4. Must Have About & Contact us pages
The pages like About us and contact us are necessary for your blog before you apply for AdSense account.
These pages can improve the trust level and convince Google to know that a human manages the site, not bots, etc. There are AdSense bots that work behind the scene, and if a blog doesn’t contain the about us & contact us pages, they’ll consider it a spammy web. Simultaneously, you’ll not get approved by AdSense!
Step #4. Rock with Search Engines
After you’ve set up your blog, created content and started waiting for the readership to grow, make sure you optimize your blog for search engines. And optimizing the web pages/blogs for search engines is technically termed as SEO (Search Engine Optimization).
Step #5. Did your blog get Organic traffic?
Once your blog starts getting organic traffic, i.e., the traffic from search engines, your chances of getting the AdSense approved will increase. The conclusion, I found after research is: