i am new to money making industry, so i don't have any blog or website. I have heard google adsense approves hubpages url's fairly easily than normal blogs or website.
I have published one article on hubpage
(http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-succeed- … ance-exams)
after that i have filled adsense form but they have rejected me
they says: We did not approve your application for the reasons listed below.
- Unacceptable site content
friends, can you please help me out, how can i be approved by google adsense.
any kind of suggestions.
The rules of the game have changed. For everyone.
Did it also say something about "6 months" in your email?
Is it true that i have to be 6 month old on hubpages to get approved for google adsense.
can i use my blog which was 1 year old but no activities have not been done on it.
please help me. i really need adsense account.
They say "unacceptable site content" which is "Exams". Does Google allow text that teaches how to pass exams??
Find out, if you can.
Start a Blogger account (their owned by google) Use that and Hubpages to write articles and blogs. After you have some more content on both, try again.
Until then, use the Kontera, Ebay and Amazon.
It means , if i write 5 or more articles on hubpage or my blog , then i will be approved by google adsense.
Ahh.... yes...you probably do need more Hubs. Show them you are committed and going to stick to your Blog .. make sure you get your Blog out and about too .. good luck!
I'd probably saying knowing Google, it'll take more than 5. Are you new to Google? Or have you had an account in the past? What topics will you write about?
i have posted some unnecessary posts earlier. but has not considered as an important money making option.
It seems like you need a solid 6 months publishing history on HubPages or elsewhere (own blog) to get approved.
It doesn't make much difference to your overall income because you will make little money in the first 6 months anyway
Now i will put a simple question.
What do I need to do to get adsense ID through Hubpages.
any kind of advices are invited.
Publish at least 5 GOOD Quality Hubs on Topics such as education, online business, real estate, Gadget Review, How To, Top 10 etc. The idea is to create hubs that will attract more ads relevant to the Article. Search for your keyword on Google and see if there are enough Ads on Right Hand Side of the search Result. Publish Hubs on those topics and try to be as original and gunuine as possible. Use all the Tools that Hubpages Offer to write a good hub >>> Text + Pictures + Videos + Yahoo News + RSS + ebay + Amazon + Links
Write Hubs with 1000+ Words. Use your main keywords very CLEVERLY.
Once you are done with atleast 5 GOOd QUALITY Hubs, Apply for Adsense through Hubpages.
Good Luck !
I don't know why is everybody asking to write articles or be an active blogger for six months then only you can get adsense account? For me it was easy I just created a site that gives you a list of proxy sites and straightway created the an account. That's it. I did that about a year back. Is it that Google adsense has changed?
Google Adsense has not changed as such, but yes, there has been a change in the Adsense policies for publishers.
NO, there is nothing as such. 6 months is TOOOOO much. Few people are talking about 6 months but they are WRONG. Even Mr. Paul has confirmed this.
I posted about this here. In short, I don't believe there is any 6 month requirement, but Google does seem to be reviewing sites (and HubPages accounts) a little more carefully of late. I believe you can still be approved with a single good hub, as long as it is substantial and original and complies with the AdSense Program Policy. However, it certainly can't hurt to create a few hubs and participate a bit on HubPages before you apply, since that would probably increase your chances of approval a bit.
I can't really comment on individual case of approval or disapproval. It is entirely up to Google who they approve and disapprove. I'm sure they do their best to maintain a consistent standard, but when the decisions are made by humans they will always be somewhat subjective.
I have had my Hubpage for less than 24 hours. Call me crazy, but I have already posted three hubs. One is has a score of 64, and the other two are at 49 and 48. I just got an e-mail from Google Adsense accepting me. I guess you need an overall average score over 50? Or longer posts? I'm not sure, but I just wanted to let everyone know that you can get accepted within the first day and with less than 5 Hubs because I just did it! And I write about a very safe topic, volleyball. Nothing really offensive about that. Must just be easier to approve something like that topic, as opposed to the exam one that might be confused with cheating or offering answers. Hope that helps!
Thanks for clearing the misconception....
I would like to add with the others that you make sure your articles always have original content. For example, if you are doing an article on the top five reasons to take a vacation in Paris, do a search first on Google, and don't copy the same top five reasons someone else has. Even though you might agree with the person who wrote the article you saw on Google, and you have the same top five reasons, you need to make yours different. Come up with your own five reasons, so your article will be recognized as original content. I like having Amazon and Ebay on my sites, but I personally think it's a good thing, from a writer's perspective, that Adsense is so cautious. If they starting approving everyone right away, then the reputation and quality of Hubpages would go down. If you have a niche for writing articles about exams, then continue writing articles about that subject. Keep up the good work, Yogeshsingh. I have only been with Hubpages for two months and I have not made a dime, but all the Hubpages Pros' out there will tell you it takes time. Keep asking questions; the forums will lead you in the right direction!
THANKS FOR THE MESSAGE I TOO PUT UP A HUB BEFORE GOING TO ADSENSE AND I POSTED 3 TIMES AND THEY EXCEPTED ME, BUT I AM FINDING IT HARD TO RETRIEVE MY ADSENSE ACCOUNT, WOULD YOU BY ANY CHANCE IF THEY GIVE YOU FEEDBACK ON WHAT IS A GOOD TOPIC OR TOPICS TO WRITE ABOUT. WELL GOOD HUB THANKS AGAIN
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