I read the intro , looked for the "next" button, and all there is is a cancel button.
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by Helen Lush3 years ago
I've written 9 hubs, all are featured, Including 2 "Hub of the Day" and one "Rising Star" but have just been refused a Google Adsense account for "insufficient content". All my hubs...
by Ardhendu Dey2 years ago
I have published 21 featured hubs. And then I applied for Google AdSense. But it did not approve my account saying "Thank you for your interest in Google AdSense. Unfortunately, after reviewing your application,...
by NurseFlood22 months ago
I've reviewed the instructions and have been declined again. I joined hubpages in January of 2013, and wrote 4 hubs. In the last few days I have written 6 more hubs. All of my hubs are featured and I...
by Raitu Disong3 years ago
I am also confused about Amazon, ebay? Are they related to the google account or a different one?as I am very new to this stuffs. .. Thanks
by inggo4 years ago
How many hubs do I need to publish before Google Adsense approves my application? I know this question has been asked many times but I know there are a lot of helpful hubbers here who can help. By the way, here's my...
by mastergreen3 years ago
hi,this is a brand new problem that you face when signing up for ad sense. it asks you to enter your site address only and not subdomain as adsense does not take any more subdomains. as in you cannot type...
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