How To Fix Adsense Ad Code - 403 (Forbidden) Error 2018

We all know especially bloggers that Adsense is most popular and one of the best CPM Ad program in the world. And it has the highest revenue share with publishers. Adsense has best ad quality, and there is no doubt that it has the best service which has no chances to get cheated. But still, it's hard for getting a Google Adsense publisher account these days. Moreover, even once you get the approval; this 403 forbidden error is next issue you need to deal with. Adsense 403 Forbidden Error - From few days, the Google Adsense ad code returns 403 forbidden error while you are serving ads through your website or blog. After troubleshooting & inspecting the ad slot, it shows error: Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 403 (Forbidden). This error mostly occurred with those who got the approval on the second attempt. But no worries, in this post I will cover how to get rid of this error and how to fix this 403 forbidden error so that it will not occur in future.
Adsense Ad Code - Fix 403 (Forbidden) Error
Adsense Ad Code - Fix 403 (Forbidden) Error 
Last time we have seen, the best High CPM Ad Networks and Google Adsense Alternatives that will help you to earn $215 per month. And today we are goin to check and solve 403 (forbidden) error while serving Google Adsense ad codes.

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When & Why You Getting 403 (Forbidden) Error?

This happened with new Adsense publishers in most of the time but not for everyone. There is no perfect reason, but this error occurs mostly for those Adsense users who got the Adsense approval on the second attempt. They get the message from Adsense team via email that, their ads will go live within few hours but the user getting black, white space on the web page. But why? When you added the Adsense ad code on your HTML and started to serve those ad resources via the website, the server gets failed to load the resource, and that server responded with a status of 403 (forbidden). You may call this technical issue as the Adsense crawlers have not got the confirmation about enabling the ad code for your second attempted website. OK, let's see how to fix 403 (forbidden) error.

Fix Google Adsense Ad Code Returns 403 (Forbidden) Error

There is no rocket science to solve this simple error. Just go through these following quick steps.

Step 1. Verify Adsense Ad Code:

Open any web page from your website and go to source code [right click on that page >> click on View page source] or via keyboard press CTRL+U. You will get HTML source code of that page on the new tab. Find AdSense ad code and check and verify whether it is same as you get it from Adsense account.

Also, read; 9 Ways to Improve CTR Click-Through Rate, CPC & CPM [Quick Tips]

Step 2. Add & Authorize Website/Blog in Adsense account:

Go to your adsense account >> gear icon on upper right corner >> settings >> my sites >> manage sites. And here you can add your website or blog URL. After that, you need to check the option "Only Authorize my verified sites to use my ad code"

Step 3. Report Hosting Services:

Report your site to your hosting service so that your blog domain URL will get whitelisted and you probably start serving Adsense ad codes without any error.

Also, read; 8 Ways To Increase Page RPM | Google Adsense Optimization [QuickTips]

Step 4. Fix CloudFlare CDN Service

If you are using Cloudeflare a free CDN service, then you need to turn off ROCKETSCRIPT from the speed tab.

Step 5. Call Adsense Troubleshooter

Besides above-listed solutions, you may also think about visiting Adsense troubleshooter, and you can report your issue or new upgrade request by generating a ticket. That will help you get direct communication with Adsense officer, and then he'll manually approve your AdSense account & then a​d codes will start showing within few hours.

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