7 Unique Tricks For Fast Blogger Blogspot AdSense Approval 2023

Many believe it is difficult to get Google AdSense Account approval with a Blogger Blogspot domain. I don't know their motive for saying so, but this is a straightforward process if done correctly.



Why will AdSense reject a Blogspot domain, which is part of Google, and approve another domain extension instead?

If you can logically answer this question, you will know if AdSense will approve your Blogger domain. If you can't answer, I will share what I did to get my AdSense account approved on Blogspot.

Today I will show you how I got my Adsense account approved with a Blogspot domain and 11 quality articles in my blog. I did this without top-quality SEO strategies or consistent writing I have grown accustomed to.

How to Get Adsense account approval for a Blogger BlogSpot blog (7 Easy Tricks):

Here is what you should do to get your AdSense account approved with a Blogger Blogspot domain:

  1. Buy a custom domain name.
  2. Ensure you use a clean BlogSpot design
  3. Use Google apps to create a professional email address.
  4. Have at least 10-15 well-written articles or blog posts
  5. Add Useful pages like Contact and About pages.
  6. Focus on a particular niche
  7. Make sure you don't use copyrighted images.



  1. Buy a custom domain name: This is not a must, but it lets the AdSense team know you're pretty serious about your blogging career.
  2. Ensure you use a clean BlogSpot design: You can get many decent and professional Blogger templates or themes out there. In general, a well-organized site will quickly get approved.
  3. Use Google apps to create a professional email address: while this might not be a significant point, it makes you look professional, but you do not need it.
  4. Have at least 10-15 well-written articles or blog posts: This is very important as you will be judged based on your content. Stay away from plagiarism as far as you can. 
  5. Add Useful pages like Contact and About: This makes the audience know who you are and what you write for.
  6. Focus on a particular niche: All the posts I wrote were about a specific niche, with no mixing of niches. Some people will blog about sports and cooking on the same blog, so some AdSense accounts are rejected.
  7. Ensure you don't use copyright images: There are many sites on the net, such as Pixabay, to download free pictures. If you have copied images from Google search, delete them from your blog.
That's it. Apply for your Google AdSense and enjoy it!


You can check out: Medianet, the closest competitor to Google AdSense.

Temo Group

Temo Group Writes About the Latest Tech, Business, Health, Education, Insurance, Law, Guides, Loans, and Reviews.

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post