I have this doubt since I start my blog and hub. I have been uploading some you tube videos and pictures from Google for my blog and hub pages. But until now, I am not accepted by Google ad sense. Is it because of the videos and images? Can I actually do this or I can only upload my own pictures and videos? But my contents are original.
Thank you for the help!
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