How to get Google AdSense approval fast, what violation to fix?

Hello welcome to 9jaedublog, I will be explaining the right steps on how to setup your website/blog for AdSense approval and getting approval real quick. If you have been following up, you would have seen our previous post about AdSense approval. Please make sure you see them, to help you not skip any of the steps in getting your website approved on AdSense.

After choosing a suitable niche and most appropriate for getting AdSense approval real fast then next thing you might want to look out for is links on your website, both internal and external links.

Checking on external links:

There are violations which Google team reviews which you might be violating without knowing, although it's been stated in their programming policies but you won't appropriately understand it.
If you have a follow through link and google can index that page, if that page violates AdSense policy, consider your request rejected, so be careful about the landing page of your external links.

If that page consists of pornography, adult or mature content, violent content, hate speech (including content that incites hatred or promotes violence against individuals or groups based on race ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age veteran status, or sexual orientation/gender identity), harassment, bullying, or similar content that advocates harm against individual or group, malware or adware, illicit drugs etc.

Destination mismatch

The following is not allowed:

    Not allowed Ads that don't accurately reflect where the user is being directed

Examples: Using the display URL "" but leading to a landing page with the URL ""; using the keyword insertion feature in the top-level or second-level domain of your display URL, such as "www.{keyword}.com"

    Not allowed A domain or domain extension in the display URL that doesn’t match the final and            mobile URLs

Examples: Display URL: and Final URL:; Display URL: and Final URL:

    Not allowed Failing to use a subdomain to clearly identify a site from all other sites hosted on that        domain or from the parent domain

Example: Display URL: and Final URL:

Note: A subdomain is not required if the domain is used exclusively by one company.

    Not allowed Redirects from the final URL that take the user to a different domain

Example: The final URL redirects to

    Not allowed Tracking templates that don’t lead to the same content as the final URL

Example: The final URL leads to a product category page, but the tracking template directs the user to a specific product page

Destination not working

The following is not allowed:

    Not allowed Destinations that don't function properly or have been incorrectly set up

Examples: A site that returns an HTTP error code, such as 403 Forbidden or 404 Not Found; a site that doesn't work in all locations or on common browsers and devices; DNS lookup errors; internal server errors; site under construction

Destination not crawlable

The following is not allowed:

    Not allowed Destinations that are not crawlable by Google Ads

Examples: Using exclusion files (such as "robots.txt") to restrict access to an entire site or to the majority of a site; restricting crawl capacity disproportionately to the number of ads being submitted

Unacceptable URL

The following is not allowed:

    Not allowed URLs that do not follow standard syntax

    Not allowed Using an IP address as the display URL

Example: 123.45.678.90

    Not allowed Display URLs that use unacceptable characters

Examples: Characters such as !, *, #, _, @

Check on their policy page to get more of their content guideline.

I know you might be wondering which of the policy you are violating, but with our earlier posts you must have seen one or two errors on your site which violates AdSense Programming Policies.

There are Malwares and adware which can prevent you from getting approved on AdSense. You might want to check out on other Ads networks which send adware and malwares to your website. So be careful of the other ads network you use on your blog/website, some ad network are not compatible with AdSense, they have popunders and banner ads with sensitive contents and some redirects users to download pages and other sites which might violate AdSense privacy policy. So it's advisable not to use any other ads network on your website pages together with AdSense when looking for approval.

What are Adware? Adware, often called advertising-supported software by its developers, is software that generates revenue for its developer by automatically generating online advertisements in the user interface of the software or on a screen presented to the user during the installation process.

What are Malware? Malware is any software intentionally designed to cause damage to a computer, server, client, or computer network. By contrast, software that causes unintentional harm due to some deficiency is typically described as a software bug. 

Another thing to look at for is the structure of your web pages, theme, templates and accessibility. When you apply for AdSense the AdSense crawler visit your web pages to see if its worth approving, before they approve you. So in a situation like this, if your website pages is not accessible or too much redirects, it will be considered as a non-friendly site. AdSense want their consumers to have a good experience when they click on an ad, so ad destinations must offer unique value to users and be functional, useful, and easy to navigate.

Destination experience

The following is not allowed:

    Not allowed Destinations or content that are unnecessarily difficult or frustrating to navigate

Examples: Websites with pop-ups or interstitials that interfere with the user's ability to see the content requested; sites that disable or interfere with the browser's back button; websites that don't load quickly on most popular browsers and devices, or require download of an additional application to view the landing page (aside from common browser plug-ins)

    Not allowed Links that initiate a direct download from the ad or that lead to an email address or a file

Examples: Images, video, audio, documents

Note: Pharma advertisers are allowed to use PDF landing pages. There needs to be a caveat that PDF landing pages are approved for pharmaceutical certified ads/accounts.

    Not allowed Destinations that contain abusive experiences.

Examples: Websites that auto-redirect the page without user action; websites that contain ads that resemble system or site warnings or error messages.

Make sure your pages are mobile friendly, loads faster, has a custom theme so it won't look similar to the default theme and then look like a duplicate site with another using the same theme, so try changing logo, header, colors, and the bottom copyright notices.

Another thing to look out for is if you have enough contents on your website.

Insufficient original content

The following is not allowed:

    Not allowed Destination content that is designed for the primary purpose of showing ads

Examples: Driving traffic (through "arbitrage" or other methods) to destinations with more ads than original content, little or no original content, or excessive advertising

    Not allowed Destination content that is replicated from another source without adding value in the        form of original content or additional functionality

Examples: Mirroring; framing; scraping content from another source; templates or pre-generated websites that provide duplicate content

    Not allowed Destinations that are solely designed to send users elsewhere

Examples: Bridge page, doorway, gateway, other intermediate pages that are only used to link to other sites

    Not allowed Using a parked domain as an ad destination

Examples: A site that is only intended to reserve a web address

    Not allowed Destinations that are incomprehensible or don’t make sense

Examples: Blank pages, gibberish landing page content

I will end here today and proceed on my next posts, we will be discussing on the required pages for AdSense (Contact us, Privacy policy, Disclaimer and About Us pages). This are the required pages for AdSense, so stay connected with us to be notified on our next posts. Comment below and then bookmark this page to check back on us for the 4th phase of setting up your website to be ready to show ads.

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