I have applied twice for Google Ad account. they have rejected it on account of less traffic. how it can be achieved. whether having 10 featured hubs isnt enough to get the ad account allowed by Google?
Traffic isn't the problem. The rules for getting an AdSense account are different, depending on the country you live in. Because you live in India, you must publish 20 - 30 featured Hubs, THEN wait six months, and then apply to AdSense.
If you keep applying prematurely, it will take longer. AdSense expects you to know the rules before you apply.
Many Hubbers from India have AdSense accounts, so just keep writing and be patient.
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