I have still far written 14 hubs. Would any one tell me if there is any criteria of Adsense(like no. of words) for affiliation of Adesnse account. I have also published many poems so I want to ask that do Adsense deny affiliation if some body has published lots of poems.
P.S. My all Hubs are featured and above 1500 words.
Thanks in advance.
You need to publish 25 – 30 featured Hubs and THEN wait a full six months (because you live in India) before you apply for AdSense. If you apply prematurely, you will be rejected and will have another waiting period before you can apply again
There is not firm criteria. 10 good hubs used to be enough but lately it is more like 20 or more.
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