I joined hub pages some months ago. Am happy that i took my time to read instructions and how hubpages works.
One of the thing i found helpful was the advise not to activate Adsene program till i poblish 10 featured hubs. but isn't that too strict?
Well i encourage everyone to read every thing on how the pages works in the "help" area.
Some countries have to wait 6 months before applying to Adsense. Some cannot get paid by Adsense in their country. 10 hubs is no guarantee that adsense will approve your application. Most do 15 or more hubs and still have to apply several times.
Doy have idea if Nigerians can be paid? i know someone in my country who said he received payment from Adsense.
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