i am a newbie here.and i am so disappointed when adsense didnt accept my application.. what seems to be the matter?is there any other provider in making money except adsense?thank you.
Where are you located?
Applicants from India or Asia need a solid base of at least six months quality writing to be approved by Adsense. This is because of the number of spammers who originate in those countries.
Amazon, on the other hand, seems to be fairly lenient with handing out affiliate accounts.
If you can get approval by Amazon, you'll be able to learn about doing product hubs to sell Amazon items on commission. Some well known hubbers who do product hubs include Nelle Hoxie, Ryankett and Spacey Gracey, if you want ideas on what I mean.
thanks Wrylitt.maybe it's because my location. im from the Philippines. i applied in Amazon and im approved after 2days. my problem now is, how can i advertise their products here in HP?thanks!
Never worry, purple03. Just start writing and you can apply for adsense again after a couple of months. Use this time to learn about hubpages, and what sort of articles it takes to earn money here. Hp is not a blogging site.
I have heard its a good idea to have at least ten hubs written before applying.
thanks! i will write a new article soon.hehe i will not blog anymore!lol
You should browse the learning center to learn the basics. http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/
Anyway, there is no such thing as a six-month wait. If there was it would be mentioned in the AdSense terms and conditions. You can get approved once you've written a few good-quality hubs.
Yup, Wrylilt is right, six months seems to be getting fixed now. The ten hub thing doesn't work for Asians either, amazon is your best bet, get on the band wagon buddy!! I think by six months you will have established your bases here and you will be ready for the harvest!!
I think you'll be all set to whiz right through the application once you hit six months, Sofs!
I've never heard of anyone being rejected from AdSense before. As WryLilt already said, it's most probably because of where you're located.
I too was rejected by Adsense after writing two hubs although I was accepted when I applied through under Xomba without writing anything. I really do not know what I should do : wait for six months under HP then reapply or write under Xomba. I would like to earn some money when I write hubs. Can anyone please advise me? I already wrote to Adsense to inform them that I was accepted through Xomba and now am actually writing in Adsense. Thanks.
If you already have Adsense, all you have to do is use the same affiliate ID for HubPages as well. They only issue one ID per person.
From my experience, I first wrote 2 hubs, applied for adsense that was approved about two weeks later (I guess I'm lucky for having been approved in a short time), left HubPages for two months because I was disappointed then not earning any single cent, came back after two-month hiatus and added few hubs. It's when I added a couple of hubs that I first earned .01$ which inspired me to write more.
Yes I would definitely write a few hubs to let them know you are serious here. Also there is plenty of info here on how to make money. Good luck and have a bonza day.
You should write atleast 3 Solid hubs first, Nice lenghty ones. They do not have to be about making money or SEO just anything you have great interest in, making it easier to write a big hub. I Worte about Ebay when I first joined,then applied for an adsense account a couple of days later and was approved.
Writing on Hubpages is a great way to get an adsense and make money from it. If you set up a blog or website your site is going to need some traffic before google will approve an adsense application. whereas Hubpages your traffic can be instant. Google Loves Hubpages.
There are very simple ways to get taffic to your hubs without any Internet marketing strategies.
Try and write 30 hubs in a month
Comment on other people hubs that have helped you.
Interlink your hubs.
A good thing to do is write 5 hubs on 1 topic and interlink them all.
Respond in the forums.
I started making money from adsense after 7 days of being on here.
Write plenty of good content in your hubs, get a few under your belt and reapply. If you are from China, India, Gambia and places similiar - dont expect a result for at least 4 moths in your application. Just use this time to get some good hubs up and running - they will be nice and ripe for traffic when your ads hit.
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