I have been here for some time but recently decided to become active and enroll in earnings program.
I have 11 hubs mostly poems and over 20k views.One of my hubs has done well and has more than 15k views.Does that make me ready for adsense or do I need to write more content hubs before applying?
Please help me here.
It took me 10 articles and 2 months of posted content and I re-applied and they accepted. I think it is mostly a time/content thing.
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