I applied for AdSense 8-9 days ago today but my site has not been reviewed yet. If there is no review or if there is any problem, please let me know by reviewing. Or if I’m eligible for AdSense, give me approval. my website: www.bloggerr.Info
Reviews can take up to six weeks sometimes.
But I wouldn’t get my hopes up … perhaps you shouldn’t be writing about AdSense before you even get approved.
This article ( here ) contains many false things, in fact, half of the article is not correct at all.
1. You do not need to buy a domain.
Buying a domain is only required if you are trying to upgrade an already approved account that monetizes a youtube channel.Buying a domain would be required if you are using a non-host free url, like wordpress.com supplies, but even buying a domain won’t make any difference since wordpress.com doesn’t allow adsense on their free sites.Publishers can apply with a blogspot URL directly from their blog dashboards, and the same is true for any host partner sites.
2. There is no “best domain”. I doesn’t matter what the domain url is, provided it is one that recognized by registrars.
3. A non-domain url can certainly rank, and certainly get visitors. It doesn’t matter how good your domain name is, people who are repeat visitors and visitors who stick around for years are there for the content on your site, because they find it excellent, not there because of your domain name. Bad content with a good domain name = no long time returning visitors.
4. A non-domain url can and has many times been on the first page of Google search results.
5. Bringing hundreds of millions of visitors (which isn’t very likely anyways) from social sites brings more invalid traffic than good traffic.
None of the things you say are important for AdSense in the first half of your article are actually important to AdSense.
And in this article (https://bloggerr.info/blogging-tutorial/adsense-double-account-problem-solved/) you tell people they can apply for a new AdSEnse account if they already had a disabled account. This is wrong. AdSense publishers who have had one account disabled may not apply or use AdSense again, no matter whether they delete a Google Pay profile or not.
That would violate the terms a publisher agrees to when they sign up, and even if they were approved, AdSense would likely disable their account again.