After you have created your website or blog, you can submit your application to join Adsense for Free through this link https://www.google.com/adsense. Your site/blog is either accepted or rejected within 24 to 48 hours, so you shouldn't have to wait too long to find out if your application has been approved. Once you've been accepted, simply copy and paste the provided HTML code into any page that you'd like to show the ads. You can either display the ads vertically along side the page or horizontally across your pages. The placement is up to you. You can even customize the colors to match your site's theme.
Why Site or Blog Is Rejected by Google Reviews by Rosefrankie8
If you receive that email from Google stating that your site has been rejected by Goolge Adsense, the first thing you should remember is that as an AdSense member, you become a partner and are representing Google, Inc. There may be some reasons that are reviews by Rosefrankie8 that are stated below.
1) Is your site an "About Me" page?
Google.com does not usually accept personal sites or blogs because most of sites or blogs do not have a unique and specific topic or theme. They are usually just random facts about the website owner or their hobbies, pictures that create technically difficulties for Google's technology to display targeted ads on such kinds of pages because the topics are irrelevant to subject and title. Therefore, your pages of sites or blogs have adequate topic and relevant information.
2) Is your site well organized?
Before applying make sure that your site has proper navigation and ensure all the links working. Keep the colors to a minimum and make sure each page has a reliable layout.
3) How many pages/posts are on your site/blog?
Your site/blog have some number pages/posts with a solid amount of content. Try to 15 posts or more than two numbers of pages.
4) Is your content Original and solid?
Don't submit a website with a bunch of links to other sites. Be sure you have a niche site with enough original and solid content of your own.
5) Is your site content a carbon copy of someone else's?
Some experts believe Google can detect if your site/blog content is not original. Don't try to steal from someone else. If you have some difficulties, go to sites like http://www.articlecity.com and sprinkle a few of their articles around your site to beef it up.
6) Are you violated any of Terms by Google
Be sure to read their program policy and procedures carefully and make sure your site hasn't violated any of the terms.