- if your account is approved at all
- if it is approved in the first or second stage of the review process
- if your code is entered properly
- if your account is a host account or standard (full) account (“Host” accounts show as Host accounts in red in the upper part of the page)
- if your account is a host account that was approved for blogger, for ad mob, for youtube, or for use on some other partner site
- if your AdSense account is showing any messages or notices
- if the site you put the ads on is the site you applied with
- if the site you put the ads on is already disabled (this can happen if you purchased a new domain or bought a website from someone)
There are several reasons why ads may not show on your site.
Upgrade to display on a website following instructions in this link: https://support.google.
YouTube: If you have signed up for AdSense via a YouTube account and you’d like to show ads on other host domains, then you’ll need to provide us with a top-level domain. At this time there’s no possibility of monetizing other hosted properties for AdSense accounts created via YouTube without upgrading the account by providing a top-level domain.
To request an account upgrade you need a top level domain (you can’t submit a blogspot or other subdomain URL for an upgrade request).
So basically that means you can’t show AdSense on a blogger url without first submitting a domain to get your account upgraded.
See the instructions here: https://support.google.
Follow these instructions here: https://support.google.
That’s probably because the upgrade isn’t approved yet. During the upgrade process, your website/blog will go through the same review process as if you were applying for a new Adsense account, so it can take anywhere from a few days, to a couple of weeks for Adsense to complete the review. If they approve your upgrade request, ads will begin showing, and you’ll receive an approval mail. If they don’t approve it, you should receive an email notice saying the upgrade was not approved. In that case, no ads will show.
In this case, ads will not begin showing until you complete the PIN Process and enter your PIN -note that it can take up to 48 hours after entering your PIN/verifying your address before the ads display, so be patient. (See: https://support.google.
com/adsense/answer/157667?hl= en&vid=1-635792076383490765- 1595138867)
WordPress.com: you cannot place Adsense code on WordPress.com hosted sites, not even if they have a custom domain. WordPress doesn’t allow it, and the codes will not enter correctly.
WordPress.org: if you are not using the official Adsense-Wordpress plugin and have placed the code manually, check to make sure it is not corrupt. Some templates will do funky stuff with the ad code (most often what we see is line breaks at the end of each line of Adsense ad code – you’d need to remove those. To install the official plugin if you want to try it see: https://support.google.com/
adsense/answer/3380627?hl=en& vid=1-635792076383490765- 1595138867
Blogger: if you are trying to paste the AdSense code into the <head> or after the <body> tag of the template’s html you’ll get errors. Paste the ad code into an html gadget for blogger (layout page, + New Ad Unit, paste code, position gadget), OR use an Adsense Gadget (layouts page, +New Ad Unit, Adsense Gadget), OR use the earnings tab of your blog to place ads in the sidebar and posts.
Other web builders: if you are using a website builder provided by your hosting company (like Godaddy’s web builder, or Yahoo Site Builder) then you should ask for help at the support center for the product you are using. Unless one of the volunteers in the Adsense forum has used these other products, it isn’t likely any of us can provide much help with specific products.
Your new domain or website may already be disabled from serving adsense ads. This can happen when you purchase a domain or website. The previous owner may have used AdSense and had the site/domain disabled at that time either for a policy violation or invalid activity. There are very few ways to correct this. If you earn enough to qualify for direct contact with Adsense staff, then you can use the “contact us” link in the AdSense help center, or in your AdSense account. You can explain the situation and ask them to review your new site. If you have no contact with staff, there will likely be no way to get AdSense ads to show up on it.
The AdSense Sandbox: http://ctrlq.org/sandbox/