How to Get Approved by


7 Pro-Tips to Get Accepted into the Best Alternative to Google AdSense!

After I reviewed and revealed how I’ve been earning $400 a day by displaying their ads on my niche sites, I’ve been flooded with questions from so many of you. Most of these enquiries are around what you could do to lessen the chances of a rejection.

For content creators with blogs/websites ads are a great way to earn off their content. is the #2 contextual ad platform in the world, second only to Google AdSense and while I believe they have awesome ads, tech, and service, they are VERY particular about who they admit into their program. I’m writing this to help you help your site be approved by, so that you can monetize your content just as effectively as I do, or even better!

Here is my cheat-sheet to get accepted into

1. Write original and engaging content

If your website has original and rich content, you are already one step closer to getting into Remember, if you are a newbie, then you should wait till you build a body of work and then submit your website for approval. In case you are a curator and not a creator of content, it may be a good idea to start publishing some original content as well so that you aren’t border lining on plagiarism.

Because ads are contextual, it’s important that you provide a great quality of context through your content, for their system to pick up concepts from. The ads that you will then see, will be relevant to the page content and the likelihood of clicks by visitors will automatically increase.

The guys at are very particular about the standard of content they let in. So, work on your content and monetization will become that much easier and effective.

2. Publish content that is in English and receives most of the traffic from U.S./U.K./Canada

A quick look at’s website tells us that their ad spends are primarily on audience based in the U.S. This basically means that their (huge!) pool of advertisers wants to put money on people in the U.S., U.K. or Canada. So, it is only natural that they’ll want to approve publishers whose blogs/websites have content written in English and receive a majority of their traffic from these countries.


Figure 1:Q1 2016 Ad revenue by region and device type as seen on official website on Oct 2016

What you can do at your end is pick subjects that could be of interest and applicable to people across these geographies.

Let’s say, as an example, if you are interested in creating content around financial advice, then you can consider keeping the scope of your advice wide enough for audience from the U.S., U.K., and Canada. It will take you more time and research, but I believe that will make your content richer and riper for monetization.

3. Steer clear of restricted content

No ad network will put the advertisers’ interests at risk by associating their ads with content that could cause trouble. So, while it is important that you find your niche, you must know that there are some straightforward don’ts that come into play when your website/blog is being considered by for approval.

Here is what your content or the links you place on your blog/website shouldn’t be about:

  • Porn
  • Drugs – Promotion and/or Sale
  • Violence / Hatred / Profanity
  • Gambling
  • Spurious Products
  • Unregulated chat forums
  • Piracy and/or Hacking
  • Only user-generated content

4. Reach a decent volume of visitors

I’ve mentioned earlier in this post that a newbie should build a body of work to be accepted into An extension of that is building a busy blog which has enough readership/viewership for advertisers to want to buy your Ad inventory and reach your audience. Simple and straight?!

Though doesn’t mention a specific minimum number of page views for qualification, I’d say one way to think of it is “Do I have a good number of engaged visitors reading my content regularly?”. If you have single digit daily visitors, you should probably wait till you get a few multiples more than it.

5. Don’t put too many ads on your website/blog

This piece of advice holds good even independent of applying to Overloading your websites/blogs with far too many ad tags increases the latency of web pages which in turn makes your consumers develop a tendency to ignore your ads (there’s a term for it – Banner Blindness), or even worse, head straight for ad-blockers. allows 3 ad placements per page. So, don’t be greedy, and put a selective number of ads on each page and optimize their performance by experimenting with them. At, your account manager will help you do this easily and as often as you want. This is what has worked for all my niche websites without disrupting user experience and consumption of my content. Listen to their advice and you’ll see your income shoot up!

6. Have a neat website with systematic layout of content delivers on its ads taking the look, feel, and form of your content – making them sharply contextual and high-paying. So they expect you to meet them halfway, with a website/blog that is easy to navigate, user-friendly and clean.

Keeping in line with’s requisite of a clean website, be mindful of avoiding these mistakes:

  • Hiding texts and links within the site
  • Manipulating site content to improve SEO
  • Redirecting traffic to sites external to Contextual Ads Program
  • Submitting parked /free hosted / empty pages for approval

7. Ensure you get clean traffic to your website/blog

Advertisers pay for clicks on their ads and they like to make sure, as far as possible, to pay for clicks that have the intention to take the action advertisers desire of them. At, publishers are expected to adhere to the highest of standards when it comes to traffic and clicks.

So lay off those click-exchange programs, auto clicking and surfing bots or anything that leads to false / fraudulent / non-human impressions and clicks. It’s not worth getting your account suspended for or not approved at all when you could be earning incremental revenue using ads on your pages.

Important: These tips come from my experience as a user of ads for over 2 years now. These are my guidelines and each one of their criteria will, of course, be up for independent review by the folks at whenever you submit your website/blog for approval. is picky about who they choose, but they are top tier with their performance and customer service. So they are definitely worth a shot. That said, I think you’ll find your website/blog getting approved quite easily if you take this post into consideration.

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Good luck, then!

37 thoughts on “How to Get Approved by”

  1. Thank You Very much. This is really a helpful post. Recently I have been thinking about Because My adsense account is Not working That’s Why I AM facing some problem. Now I think it will help me to get media account

  2. Thanks for the post. I did read your previous article and applied after Adsense claimed my traffic looked “sus,” as the kids say. I don’t think Adsense likes my Pinterest traffic, which is my majority source. Luckily, Adsense reinstated my account after a two-week wait. In the meantime, declined me–booo! I’m only at around 4k visitors per month and about 40 articles. I probably need more traffic and more product-centered posts. It certainly COULDN’T be my quality of writing or grammatical errors, amirite? Maybe I’ll try again after I have real traffic and after I’ve shaken the dust of rejection off my feet. FYI, I’ve subscribed (and unsubscribed) to many a newsletter in the past year, and yours is the only one I’ve found significant value in.

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