I am still trying to sign up for Adsense and I just noticed something when logging in, in order to try to reapply. Where you are asked to type the URL to your site, on the left side is a question mark. When I hover over it, it says something about the YouTube account that AdSense is being associated with. I am just trying to find out if it should be saying something about YouTube, or not, since I do have a YouTube account, but don't do videos. Thanks!
After looking through your hubs, I'm not sure I would re-apply just yet. You have the perfect amount of words in your hubs, but you should spend some time spicing them up with links and pictures and ebay kinds of stuff. This is 2013, you have to earn your readers attention.
Thanks for the advice! I have added pics and some ebay and amazon links to several of my hubs, but maybe I should add more. Thanks, again!
Even I want to add some eBay and amazon products on my hub, but once when I did it, my hub was unpublished for placing unrelated links.
So I read tips for eBay and amazon capsule on learning center and I came to know that we have to place at least 50 words on the each product we advertise on eBay or amazon.
Could you please share your experience regarding this?
what i would do is sign up for ad sense for YouTube first, if you put up some videos with at least 20 views a day total out of all of them Google will accept you because you tube is owned by Google. then you can associate your account with HP and not have to worry about getting approved. YouTube is much more promising when it comes to acceptance. just make a few videos and see how they do first.
@ AlwaysAmber, I just wanted to say it looks like you're doing things right. I notice that you have removed some photos that maybe were "iffy" as far as whether they were up for grabs for anyone to use, so that is good.
I didn't look at all your hubs, but a couple of your craft hubs that I did look at seemed a bit short. Is there anything you could write to expand on them a bit? Maybe write abut your personal experience making them, give some variations, write a bit of background on the history of the item, etc. If you can't think of anything more to write about, or if it just seems like you are adding fluff to pad your word count, another option is to add a second, related craft. For example, on your glitter-dipped keys hub, you could add a second craft for a cute keychain or maybe a fun little set of hooks to hang your keys on so they don't get lost.
I want to add I'm just guessing here. I really don't know why AdSense is rejecting so many people lately. Good luck!
Thank you so much for the tips! They are greatly appreciated. I love feedback! I have switched out the pics that I had, in order to use then legally. I didn't know about the whole legal use of pics on Hubpages, until another jibber advised me of this. I will be adding more to my hubs, soon. Thanks, again!
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