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How To Apply And Get Google AdSense Approval Within One Month

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How To Apply And Get Google AdSense Approval Within One Month

Google AdSense is one of the product of giant technology company Google, millions of bloggers, YouTubers and other online content creator use Google AdSense to monetize their web traffic, YouTube channel traffic and other traffic in several online platforms.

Google AdSense is one of the best and most used advertising platform on the internet over the past ten years and still one of the best currently. To apply for Google AdSense there are several steps that you need to taken before you submit your website or blog for approval, although it may be difficult for some bloggers especially newbies to get Google AdSense approval but with the right information it is simple and easy to get Google AdSense approval in 2021.

If you want to apply for Google AdSense and get approval within one month, then you need to read this informative article to the end so that you will understand all the necessary steps that you need to take before you apply or submit your website or blog for Google AdSense approval in 2021.

How To Apply And Get Google AdSense Approval Within One Month

Before you apply for Google AdSense make sure you do the following.

Make Sure Your Website Is Live

Your website must be active and accessible for all online users because Google will review your website or blog manually so if the website is not accessible Google won’t be able to review it and sooner than later they will disapprove your AdSense request. Make sure your website is live and accessible for all internet users before you apply for Google AdSense.

Content

Content is the main reason why Google approve or disapprove bloggers request for Google AdSense. you need at least 20 to 50 unique content on your blog before you are applying for Google AdSense.

Third Party Advertisement

You can add other advertisement to your blog after Google AdSense approval but don’t add any advertisement on your blog before or when waiting for Google AdSense approval.

Supporting Language

Make sure that your blog is written in a Google AdSense supporting language, there are several languages that Google AdSense don’t support which means they won’t approve your blog if your blog is written in an unsupported language.

Create Important Pages

Before you are applying for Google AdSense there are several pages that you need to be created, these pages include about us, contact us, privacy policy, cookies policy, disclaimers, and terms and conditions pages.
You can create these page manually or make use of termsfeed.com to create all these pages automatically all you need to do is submit few information about your website.

How To Apply For Google AdSense

After you have do all these, then you need to apply for Google AdSense. Log on to Google AdSense official website and apply submit all the required information including your website URL, home address, phone number and other important information that are required.

Immediately after you have successfully registered for Google AdSense with your Google account, you will be given a code to insert on your blog, insert the code into your blog immediately so that Google will be able to review your blog.
With this method you will be able to apply and get Google AdSense approval within a month.

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Checkout This Important Announcement that will affect WhatsApp Users after Nov 1st, 2021

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Starting this November, WhatsApp will no longer support devices running anything older than Android 4.1. Other supported OSes include iOS 10 or newer and KaiOS 2.5.1 or newer.

The firm said it is ending support for some older devices.

The firm said Google debuted Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich nearly 10 years ago on October 18th, 2011, it’s very unlikely that some peoples’ phones are running anything lower than Android 4.0.4, which was the final update for Ice Cream Sandwich.

It pointed out that as long as users can update their phone to at least Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (which Google released in 2021), they can keep using WhatsApp for now.

The same goes for anyone who bought an iPhone before 2016. Apple rolled out iOS 10 alongside the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The good news is that Apple supports its devices for far longer than many of its rivals. Here’s a list of every iPhone that can be upgraded to at least iOS 10: iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE (1st-gen), iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE (2nd-gen).

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JUST IN: Telecommunication service shut down in Katsina State

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At least 13 Local Government Areas are affected by the development which may not be unconnected with the ongoing security operations against bandits in the North West.

Telecommunication services have been shut down in Katsina State. At least 13 Local Government Areas are affected by the development which may not be.

According to Dailytrust, The affected LGAs are Sabuwa, Faskari, Dandume, Batsari, Danmusa, Kankara, Jibia, Safana, Dutsin-Ma and Kurfi that are on the fringes of the Ruggu forest where most of the bandits are hiding.

The other three include Funtua, Bakori and Malumfashi.

This comes a few days after the National Communications Commission (NCC) denied plan to shut down telecom sites in Katsina.

Recall that the NCC had refuted a trending social media story claiming that the commission had ordered telecom service providers to shut down their sites in Katsina.

In a statement, Director General (Media), Abdu Labaran Malumfashi, had said the Executive Vice Chaiman/CEO of NCC, Professor Umar D. Danbatta, had spoken to the the state government on the matter where he said the story was false.

The NCC VC/CEO added that the purported letter trending in the social media was a cloned version of the one sent to Zamfara State, where there is a total shutdown of telecom sites.

NCC had issued a directive to telecom operators to shut down their services in the neighbouring Zamfara State as from September 3, to enable security agencies carry out required operations in relation to the pervasive security challenges.

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JUST IN: Government Approves 5G Deployment In Nigeria

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The 5G Policy, aimed at catering for the country’s digital economy, was approved at the Council meeting on Wednesday, following the presentation by the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Ali Ibrahim

The Federal Executive Council has approved the National Policy on Fifth Generation (5G) Networks in Nigeria.

In a statement signed by the Technical Assistant on Information Technology to the Minister, Femi Adeluyi, the implementation of the National Policy is with immediate effect.

According to reports, the National Policy was developed over a period of two years, due to the need for extensive stakeholders’ engagement and the need to ensure adequate public awareness and sensitisation.

The multi-sectoral stakeholder engagement took into account the report of a 3-month 5G trial that commenced on the 25th of November 2019.

The report critically reviewed and studied the health and security implications of deploying 5G in Nigeria.

Leading international organisations such as the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), an organ of the United Nations, have confirmed that the deployment of 5G networks leave no adverse health effect and are safe.

According to experts, 5G networks offer significant advantages over the current technologies.

Some of its advantages include much lower latency, higher bandwidth, greater device density, longer battery life for nodes and greater network flexibility.

Some countries have already commenced the deployment of 5G.

They include the United States, United Kingdom, Republic of Korea, South Africa and Lesotho among others.

The National Frequency Management Council, chaired by Pantami, said it will soon release a spectrum to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) for the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) that meet all the required conditions.

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