I checked my account yesterday on August 20, 2016 and to my surprise the Google Adsense has approved my application. It is hardly even two months, when I signed up.
How many hubs did you have? I know they recommend 10 featured ut a lot of people seem to go up sooner.
No, actually they don't. I think the best I've seen is someone who got approved with 12 Hubs and their oldest Hub was about a month old.
Of course you do get the odd person who seems to have joined and got Adsense straight away, but they probably applied with an existing blog.
My Google Adsense was approved after 4 weeks on hubpages. I applied with only 10 hubs and had no prior writing experience. The most important thing is to make sure your hubs are of high quality and have the potential to generate traffic.
i only have 4 hubs when adsense approve my application. and i really dont know how is that happened.
try to look my hub and you'll see ads displaying on my hubs.. really cool.
http://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy … -EVOLUTION
my hub is more than 1 year old. i was suprise when i open again my account for several months then i see the ads displaying in my article.. maybe the reason is my hub is old enough.
In that case you didn't need to get a new one for HubPages, so I don't know why you're talking about approvals.
One of the other Hubbers (Rafiq23) said that if someone gets disapproved for a Google Adsense account after trying for it so many times and attempting to meet all the requirements, a way around it all is to open up a YouTube channel and then apply for a Google Adsense account through your YouTube channel. He said that you could, therefore, get an approval for a Google Adsense account easily that way within an hour. Then all you would need to do at that point is associate your Hubpages account with your newly approved Google Adsense account. I've been rejected for a Google Adsense account twice, and I've done everything they've asked me. Therefore, I'm wondering if following Rafiq23's instructions to get a Google Adsense account approved would work. Have you heard of anyone trying for a Google Adsense account this way and getting approved on the spot?
You've only got 10 Hubs. Although HubPages' official advice says 10 Hubs is enough, in practice many people find they don't get approved until they have 15 or 20 Hubs. So I would just wait until you've written that many and try again.
The reality is that even if you got your Adsense account today, you'd be lucky to earn a penny with so few Hubs. It takes time for Hubs to start earning, and you need a reasonable number to make anything worthwhile. So be patient.
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