IT People Blog – There are 2 types of Adsense that are known to the public today, namely hosted and non-hosted. The difference is quite simple, hosted is obtained when you use blogspot from blogger.com and register it with google adsense through the income menu on the blogger dashboard, while non-hosted is obtained when you register a blog with any platform directly to the adsense.com site, services from anywhere (blogger , wordpress, wix etc) and you already use your own domain when registering.
Domain itself means that you have used your name without any additional subdomains, for example helmykediri.com, helmykediri.net and others, while subdomains are usually like helmykediri.blogspot.com. Actually there is not much difference in payment methods and account settings, but when you use non-hosted adsense, the account can be used anywhere more easily and you can sell the account at a higher price.
Non-hosted Adsense can be installed on other blogs that are personal or owned by people who come from anywhere, not only blogs that come from blogger.com.
Read also: How to register blogspot to adsense
If you already understand the initial explanation of Adsense above, now you can start the blog registration process to Google Adsense with the following conditions:
1. Blog specifications before registering
The data below is my standard version, and if you feel your blog is like this, please register for Adsense:
a. Use TLD domains (.com, .net, .id, .co, and others), not subdomains.
b. Use ssl/https on the blog, and make sure the blog can be accessed via http, https, www and without www.
c. Daily pageviews 500+, recommended 1000+. Pageviews are the total blog impressions in a day, not the total people who visited the blog.
d. The age of the blog is 1 month, it is recommended that it is more than 2 months old.
e. The appearance of the blog is neat and responsive. You can ask your friends about how your current blog looks.
f. No pornographic content, hacks, cracks and illegal files. If there is, you can hide it first.
g. Articles produced from copy paste, per article may only contain 70% (copy) and 30% (original/write yourself). For the standard of how many organic visitors come to the blog per day I still haven’t found it, because from my experience, Adsense prefers pageviews than the number of visitors who come.
2. Create a Blog
Create a blog from blogger or wordpress, or use another existing platform, and as explained in point a before, you should already use your own TLD domain before registering.
3. Buy some prime cellular cards/providers for email verification
You don’t have to do it now, you can do it later when your ad is rejected. When this happens, one solution is to create a new email. Make a lot of emails from gmail, at least 3, later the email will be used as an administrator on the blog.
Add email gradually when you are rejected by adsense, usually when the first registration process is rejected and has resubmitted but is still rejected, register again a few days later with a new email and with new data too.
Make sure each email has different personal data, different names, different addresses. As for the names of cities and provinces, it doesn’t matter if they are the same. After that, verify your email with your mobile number.
Add new emails on the blog gradually, not all at once. In essence, when you are rejected by adsense, use a new email to try to re-register the same blog.
4. Create a fanpage on facebook
Creating a fanpage is a mandatory thing that needs to be done even after you have an adsense account. Fanpage is important to introduce your blog to other people and provide information to your blog fans on Facebook.
Advertise your fanpage to get followers faster with a minimum cost of 15,000/day.
5. Increase the number of articles on the blog
a. How to write that is not boring? The human brain can think creatively and stay comfortable usually only in the first hour, after that it will be boring. Writing is also the same, the longer it takes to write it but it doesn’t finish, it ends up falling apart.
Prepare a cup of coffee, snacks, listen to music and don’t be in a hurry to finish writing. Keep it relaxed, because that way, our minds will be more open to finding new words that we can add to the article we are writing.
Not good at writing? force! At least for the first sentence, be yourself by writing your own article. Just 30% of the entire article, and the rest you can copy from other sources.
b. How do I get my copypaste to be accepted by Adsense? Who says the Copas blog violates adsense, according to the rules, yes, but in practice, Adsense is more focused on content violations such as poorno, downloading illegal files that are claimed and other harsh violations, not because of copy and paste, especially if copy-pasting is done with the same technique. Correct.
If the content has to be “unique” and not plagiarized, why do sites like Kaskus still install adsense, while many of its users create new articles sourced from other website writings?
Does the article have to be a lot? Of course the more the better. Number of words ? It doesn’t have to be 500 words per article, you can create multiple articles with just 300 words or less.
Make more the number of articles, not the number of words in the article.
In addition to the list of sites above, you can also create your own manually.
7. 3 column responsive template (recommended)
As with the explanation in number 6, for templates, I prefer to use a 3 column template, either when registering or after being accepted by adsense. And if you find it difficult when registering for adsense, you can try my way by changing it to a 3 column template when you are trying to register for adsense.
You can find some sites that provide 3 column templates below or search for more on google.
8. 1 (one) blog with many administrators.
I have written this important point before and I will try to be more clear here. This is how it works, when we register for adsense using email “A” and it is rejected, we can resubmit the blog with email “B” as well.
The link to the resubmit form is usually automatically in the adsense email or when we log into the Adsense web a resubmit form is provided, as long as we are still using the same email as before.
If it still fails and is rejected a second time, stop for a moment to try to register for adsense, make a few improvements and improvements to your blog first before trying to register it again.
After you feel that the lag time given is sufficient, for example 1 or 2 weeks later, add the email “C” you have and make your blog administrator. Logout email “A” and Login to email “C” with another browser (chome, edge, opera or firefox).
Create a new article on the blog with email “C” and a few days later you can register your blog to adsense with email “C” and wait for adsense’s reply. Your lag time does increase a little, but the duration is not long.
This process is registration with a new email, not resubmit. Likewise, if the registration is rejected, try to resubmit it, and if it is still rejected, give a time lag, make improvements and register with your new email and email data or registration data.
Stable traffic and an increasing number of articles are important points that are very influential so that registered blogs can be accepted by Adsense.
You can borrow the name of your family or relative instead of you using the name of the unauthorized owner, because in some cases verification with an ID card is also required, and therefore, if the name you registered does not match the ID card, your account will be canceled