10 working tips for Quick Adsense Approval to your Blog
If you are a blogger then you must heard about Adsense. Google Adsense is the best advertising network or you can say that it’s the best ad network to make money online. Google Adsense is a CPC based advertising program that allows peoples to put a short HTML code to their blog in order to show Google ads on their blogs.
Every new bloggers first try to add Google adsense to their blogs due to their high CPC rates. But some times most of the bloggers failed to get approval from it due to some mistakes. So, today I’m going to share 10 tips for quick adsense approval. So, here’s the tips to get adsense quickly –
Top 10 working tips for quick adsense approval
#1• Having Custom Domain
Having custom domains are very important in getting adsense quickly and will look more professional. Moreover, custom domains gets higher rankings in the search engines. You should use top level domains that are having www.example.com not www.example.abc.com
#2• Having 13+ Unique, Quality, I-depth Content
If you are applying for adsense then you must make sure that you are having at least 13 quality and long contents in order to get adsense quickly. Apart from this, your contents should also unique for getting higher ranking in the search engines and adsense will approved the blog that are having copied contents. You should also make contents that are having minimum 300 words. However, 500+ words will be more good and will also good for SEO.
#3• Submit your site to Google Webmasters Tools
You should must submit your site to Google Webmasters Tools as it helps in fast crawling and indexing your site to Google for free. To add your site to Google webmasters tools, just go to google.com/webmasters/tools and click on add a site and simply add your site url. After adding your site then you have to verify your ownership by any of the method available in that.
#4• Submit your site to Bing Webmaster Tools
You should also submit your site to Bing Webmaster Tools. To add your site in that, go to bing.com/toolbox/webmasters and just do the same steps that you have done in Google Webmaster Tools.
#5• Add About Page to your site
Adding About page will helps your visitors to know about you and your site and its also very important to get adsense.
#6• Add Contact Page to your site
Adding Contact page is very important for every blog because if your visitors will have any queries related to your site then they can easily contact you.
#7• Submit your site to Google Analytics
You should also add your site to Google Analytics as it helps in tracking your site traffic and will also helps in getting adsense.
#8• Create a XML Sitemap
Your site should also have a sitemap.xml file as it helps in better crawling of your site in search engines.
#9• Having Decent Traffic
Traffic is not important in getting adsense but it’s good to apply for adsense when you are having 50+ visitors/per day for getting higher revenue from adsense.
#10• Having easy navigation and mobile friendly design
This is the most important thing to do before applying to adsense as many of the sites disapproved by Adsense due to not having easy navigation to their site. Your site should also be mobile friendly because Google is going to release a big mobile friendly update on 21st April 2015 from which you can lose your 50 percent of visitors from mobile devices if your site is not mobile friendly. And if your site is mobile friendly then you are going to get lots of benefits from it. So, if your site aren’t mobile friendly then immediately make your site mobile friendly for not losing your visitors from mobile devices.
So, if you followed all the tips that are mentioned then you will sure get adsense quickly. So, that’s all. Thanks for reading
3CX Releases v8 RC3 of their Windows-Based IP PBX
3CX has pushed out the third, and possibly final release candidate of their Windows-based IP PBX platform. Since this major new release is almost ready for final release there are only a few changes from the previous RC2 version.
- FAX SERVER FIX for crash on numerous incoming faxes
- Restore procedure for prompts
- Fax configuration of files form the edit templates â€“ fax over poroviders with Nat support
- Myphone bug in forwarding rules not showing.
- Improved call assistant Speed, performance, freezing issues fixed
- Fixed Install bug in Voip phone dll
- Italian prompt sets NEW
- Added VAD server components to the build
- Fix in call reporter and sql queries
- Voip providers added â€“ G711 IE and voip voice IT
You can download RC3 here: http://www.3cx.com/downloads/3CXPhoneSystem8.exe
You can download the latest 3CX Assistant (with optionally integrated CRM and 3CXPHone) here: http://www.3cx.com/downloads/3CXAssistantSetup_80.exe
Configuring your firewall for 3CX
Are you considering trying out 3CX, the software IP PBX platform for Windows, and need to know what ports you may need to open/forward in your firewall? This article will give you all the information you need to get 3CX running behind your firewall. If you are not going to have any external connections such as remote phones or SIP trunks, then you can ignore all of this since there will be no need to open your firewall if you donâ€™t need outside connections. However, if you are going to use SIP trunks or have remote phones, then you will need to know which ports to forward to your PBX system.
Remote Phones and SIP Trunks
Remote phones and SIP trunks use two sets of ports. The first port is used by the SIP protocol to establish the phone call and set up the communication. The SIP communication uses UDP 5060.
Once the SIP protocol has established the call, the audio portion of the call can begin. The audio portion of the call uses RTP to send the voice packets back and forth. Each call will require two ports to be available. Usually its recommended to forward UDP ports 9000-9049 to the PBX.
3CX has a tunneling protocol built-in for use with the 3CX Softphone or for bridging machines together. This tunnel requires that a single port be forwarded. You will need to forward port 5090 with both UDP and TCP to your PBX server in order for the tunnel services to work properly.
Testing your setup
If you would like 3CX to test your firewall configuration, go to the 3CX Services and stop the 3CX Phone System Service and the 3CX Tunnel Service.Next, go to Settings, and Firewall Checker and let the tests run. If everything goes right, you should get a page of messages telling you if things are working properly or not. When finished, start the services back up again.