Don’t worry, once you’re approved you can use that code wherever you want – so put it on other sites that sell later. But for the purposes of getting approved, try to limit to just content, content and more content!
Now, for the disclaimer before we start talking about how to get your site approved for Google Adsense. I will to teach you is exactly what I do for them.
There are three main elements that focus if you want getting approved
- Site look and feel – Google won't a $10,000 professionally designed website, but they also don’t want some piece of junk. Make sure to at LEAST have a presentable website – even if it is just a few tables and a solid background color. Avoid using tacky backgrounds or unprofessional color contrasts.
- Content – The most important – Google believes in content. If you try to get a website with just a few pages approved, I don’t think you will have any luck. You need to have at least 15-20 pages, preferably, 15-20 pages of articles/resources, a.k.a. content.
- Traffic – Many “experts” say that Google looks to see what kind of traffic you have and that they do not approve new sites with no traffic. BUT, just to be safe, before you submit your site for approval – try to get your site some traffic.
- Get content from article directories – just put those articles in your site, getting 15-20 is easy.
- Before you submit your site for approval, post at some forums with your website’s link in the signature file – this will help you get some immediate traffic.