I have 31 featured hubs - most of which fir the stellar hub category. So why does Google keep sending me this:
As a result of this review, we have disapproved your account for the following
Site does not comply with Google policies
Can someone find where this violation is for me? or give me help getting accepted.
This list is not 100% complete, but it does include the most common reasons for AdSense account disapproval and closure: https://support.google.com/adsense/answ … 7&rd=1
If something jumps out at you, you can correct it and follow up with an appeal.
Invalid activity appeal form: https://support.google.com/adsense/trou … er/2707037
Policy violation appeal form: https://support.google.com/adsense/cont … led_appeal
Hope this helps!
I'm pretty sure you got your answer on the other thread you opened.
What is your website? If we looked at it, would we just find affiliate links or ads? They want you to have a website not just hubs.
I got my Adsense approval through my blog once it had about 18 articles on it.
That may give you a number to shoot for. The original number of 10 posts recommended to me at the start of 2013 was not enough to get approval. I waited several months before reapplying and added 8 more posts, then I got approval.
OK, JakeFrost, I went to a couple of your hubs and you do have ads but I guess those are of HubPages, and you are not earning anything through them?
I would suggest getting a small blog up using blogger or wordpress (both free) and put your musings on there (not the articles from Hub!). You can then say to google that you have this website, and make sure not to click on ANY ads within your website or Hubs. It is a convoluted way to do it, but you can get one up pretty fast.
The vague form rejection of "site does not comply with Google policies" doesn't necessarily mean "you broke the rules" (which is what you are presuming) but also "you haven't even satisfied all the conditions in order to join."
You need to read all the terms and conditions that have to be met in order for Google to even consider your application, and make sure your Hubs are all in compliance with those.
P.S. The fact that 25 of your 31 Hubs are only about 9 days old is most likely the problem. Google knows most of your content was just published, and considers you a total newbie. They want to see more established content.
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