The Google ad AdSense crawler visits your site to determine its content in order to provide relevant ads. The crawl is performed automatically and Google is not able to accommodate requests for more frequent crawling.
It’s important that you familiarise yourself with the AdSense programme policies. The more you know about Google Adsense policies, the more likely it is that all sites and pages where you display Google Adsense ads will fully comply with these policies.
Here are examples of negative and non-family safe or potentially offensive website pages Google ad Adsense may reject…
Please keep in mind that participation in Google ads AdSense doesn’t affect a site’s rank in Google search results and won’t queue its webpages for crawling by Google main index bots.
To complete the AdSense activation process you need to provide your payment address details. It’s important that you enter this information correctly so that you can get paid. Sign in to your AdSense account.
To verify that your Google AdSense code has been properly implemented, first open your site in a browser and view the source code (select ‘View’ then ‘Source’ or ‘Page Source’). Next, compare the AdSense code in your page source with the code from your AdSense account.
If the URL sent to Google points to a page that doesn’t exist (or no longer exists) on a site, or results in a 404 (Not Found) error, Google’s crawlers will not successfully crawl your content. To ensure Google can crawl your sites make sure you’ve given access to Google’s crawlers. This means enabling Google’s crawlers in your robots.txt.
A content-rich page = highly targeted ads. Highly targeted ads + interested users = healthy clickthrough & conversion rates. Healthy clickthrough & conversion rates = success!
Google implemented smart pricing and Smart Bidding as a way to increase advertiser confidence when bidding on AdSense sites, which will help publishers earn more in the long run.
To be successful with Google ad AdSense, you need pages with unique content that’s relevant to your visitors and provides a great user experience. Provided you’ve added the code to your pages that you want to show ads on, you’re all set. Google will analyze your pages, find suitable ad placements, then automatically place the ads for you.
Visitors will be curious why those particular pieces of content are so popular, and that will keep them on your site even longer.
All publishers are required to adhere to Google Adsense policies. If you fail to comply with these policies without permission from Google, it reserves the right to disable ad serving to your site and/or disable your AdSense account at any time. If your account is disabled, you will not be eligible for further participation in the AdSense program.
If some or none of the ads are showing on your site, this could be because you’ve placed too much ad code on your site. Remember, as per Google Adsense valuable inventory policy, you may not place more Adsense ads than content on your page. Placing more Adsense Google ads than content on your page may prevent some or all of your ads from showing.
To blend, make the background and borders of your Adsense Google ads the same color as the background of your page where the ad is placed. If your site has a white background and you don’t want to spend a lot of time choosing ad colors, Google recommends using its pre-designed Google default ad style.
Some examples of these opportunities include changing the font of your text ads, enabling your ad units to show both text and display ads, enabling ad balance, or changing your Auto ads settings. You might see opportunities to increase your earnings by changing your Adsense ad settings.