An elaborated article might include:
-What is AdSense?
-How does it work?
-What are the requirements?
-Can my blog qualify for AdSense?
An answer to this question would likely include: Yes, your blog can qualify for AdSense. The requirements are relatively simple, and most blogs should be able to meet them.
The only real requirement is that your blog have a valid Google AdSense account. Once you have an account and meet the other requirements, you’re ready to start earning money from your blog.
Adsense is a program run by Google that allows websites to earn money by displaying ads on their pages. When someone clicks on an ad, the website that placed the ad will earn money.
This money can be used to cover the costs of running the blog, or shared with the website’s authors.
To qualify for Adsense, your blog must meet a few simple requirements. First, your blog must be hosted on a Google site (i.e., not on a third-party site). Second, your blog must have a valid Google AdSense account.
Third, you must meet certain content guidelines (described below). Finally, you must comply with Google’s terms of service (TOS).
Hosting Your Blog on Google Sites: Your blog must be hosted on a Google site in order to qualify for Adsense. This means that your blog will not be hosted on a third-party site like WordPress or Blogger.com.
Note that this does not mean that your blog cannot be published on other platforms; it simply means that it cannot be published through Google sites (such as YouTube or Google+, which are also owned by Google). If you want to publish your blog through other platforms (like Facebook), you will need to use a third-party hosting service like HostGator or GoDaddy instead of using a Google site.
Having a Valid Google AdSense Account: To qualify for Adsense, your blog must have a valid Google AdSense account. This means that you must have created an account and uploaded your website’s code to it in order to enable ads on your pages. If you do not already have an account, you can create one by going to http://adsense.google.com and clicking on the “Create an Account” button.
Once you have created an account and logged in, click on the “Add Site” link in the left sidebar and enter the details of your new blog site. You will then be able to add your banner ad code and start displaying ads on your pages! Note that if you plan to monetize through video advertising (which is becoming increasingly popular), you will also need to create a YouTube channel and add its banner ad code to your website.
Meeting Content Guidelines: In addition to meeting the requirements above, your blog must also meet certain content guidelines in order to qualify for Adsense ads. These guidelines vary depending on what type of ads you wish to display; however, all ads must comply with Google’s policies regarding adult content, violence, hate speech, and spamming (defined below).
If you wish to display text or banner ads instead of images, make sure that all of your content meets these same guidelines (or alternatively register for an ad network like Outbrain that allows text or banner ads without meeting these specific guidelines).