As a blogger, you've learned about Google's AdSense service, which is considered one of the most effective contextual advertising systems. We write a tutorial on google Adsense signup.
I will explain how you can create an AdSense account for your website in this post.
Several AdSense alternatives open, but you would likely notice that Adsense is the best no matter what network you try.
However, if you have any marketing expertise, you might want to look at affiliate marketing as well. I can send you my perspectives into both networks with my article on Affiliate vs. AdSense.
“AdSense” was a new word to me before I began writing. I wanted a lot of support from my friends when I first signed up for AdSense, and I was also not confident if I was doing it correctly.
FIt is an advertising program for publishers launched by Google for beginners that are not acquainted with AdSense (See Wiki details), where contextual ads are put on your blog. When anyone clicks on these ads, you get paid.
I provide an essential guide in this blog post for newcomers who cannot apply for AdSense.
Before you may register for AdSense, there are a few criteria that you have to meet:
- First, of course, you need to have a website.
- You also must be above the age of 18, otherwise, you will need to apply using the name of a parent or guardian who gives you permission to do so.
Google Adsense Signup:
AdSense has recently changed the account approval process to include the following steps:
- Sign up for AdSense
- Add AdSense ads to your blog
- Wait while your account is reviewed and either accepted or rejected
Although the new AdSense account approval process is quite lengthy, the process will ultimately help to maintain the quality of AdSense for all users.
Before submitting, it is also necessary to ensure that your blog or website abides by AdSense policies .
Also, to learn more, be sure to read the terms and conditions listed on the signup tab.
Google Adsense Signup Step-by-Step Guide:
First, go to the Signup page for AdSense.
You'll see an opportunity to build a new account with Google, or you can continue to use your current account with Google.
Note: I recommend you use that to sign up for your AdSense account if you have a custom domain name & you are using Google Apps for your domain email address. If you use domain-specific email addresses (firstname.lastname@example.org), a factor of 3 improves the odds of having your AdSense application accepted.
Otherwise, you can use your current Gmail address.
This is a straight-forward type. You need to enter your website address and choose a language for the text. “Use the blog address for the website Link and make sure you add it without “http://.”
AdSense contact information:
This is the most important part.
When I first signed up, I recall making a few errors in this part. Hopefully, you won't make the same errors if you obey this tutorial.
There is a rather significant “payee term.” As AdSense can give you checks or EFT transfers under that name, make sure to use the same name under which you have a bank account.
Changing your account's payee name would be problematic in many nations, like India, if you make an error here.
- Here is the list of countries which are not allowed to change the payee name after signing up.
So make sure the name of the bank account and the payee's name are precisely the same.
First, type your contact information and fill in the other details.
Accept AdSense policies:
Read the AdSense policies and add a checkmark on all three boxes.
Once done, click on “Submit”, and on the next page you can review your details.
Make sure that all the details are accurate and up to date!
Signing up with your email account:
You can use your current email address to sign up, or only for AdSense, you can build a new Gmail ID. I would recommend using ZohoMail and creating a free, domain-specific email address for a fast clearance.
In my situation, I have been denied four times since I try to sign up using a generic Gmail account. However, I got immediate AdSense approval when I later submitted using a domain-specific email address.
You need to apply AdSense codes to your blog after you have signed up for AdSense. Once you apply the codes, the AdSense team will again check your submission, and your account will be unlocked with an Adsense Pin that will be sent to you.
Depending on the geographical position, all this takes about 1-2 months.
If it has been set up, two further measures are to be completed to get paid by AdSense:
- Submit your tax information
- Enter your pin
A tax form relevant to how you do business would need to be sent. You should fill in these tax details for registration with NO U.S. practices and for Indian AdSense publishers:
When you cross the level of $10, you will obtain an AdSense Pin via mail. The pin needs to be applied to your AdSense account.
When your AdSense account hits the $100 mark, you can start accepting payments.
Have any questions regarding the AdSense account creation process? Feel free to ask me via the comments section!