I made the newbie mistake of applying for AdSense after publishing my first Hub. I was denied for lack of content. After researching this, I have discovered you need to have several Hubs before AdSense will activate for you.
No ads were shown on my first Hub.
So I started working on some Hubs, and published my second Hub a while ago. All of the sudden, I have ads on both of my Hubs.
Any idea what's up? Thanks!
They are 100% HP ads at this point. You still need to write those ~10 hubs and get your adsense going.
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