I could be wrong, but it sounds like they want more than five pages that are 11 days old or less.
I also know that they require from applicants from some Asian countries (don't know if it applies to Malaysia or not) to have a web presence for at least six months before applying. Someone else here might have more info on that.
Thanks for sharing.
So I need to have at least 6 months online at hubpages and more than 5 hubs?
I don't mind waiting since i do plan to write more but is that the right direction?
The problem here is the word "under construction" from the reject email. I don't understand Google Adsense team meant by that? The reason is i can't find any word or pages with the "under construction" in it.
what? I don't have an idea then. Contact with them.
Waiting 6 month is a right direction and I am waiting for 6 months.
I seriously doubt you will hear back from them, as they receive many emails asking the same question. I think the first thing you need to do is to establish whether Malaysians are subject to the 6-month waiting period. Perhaps you might post on the AdSense forum for more info?
I don't know what "under construction" means either, but this part made me think you might not have enough content: "Your site must also contain enough content for our specialists to review..."
alright, will check out at the adsense forum
they actually answer but that doesn't clarify anything. It happened to me.
BTW, Eric, your hubs are really good. And welcome to HubPages!
Just to add to the above (and BTW Adsense no longer reply to the email provided above), sites from Malaysia are required to be at least six months old and require significant original content (around 20+ A4 sized pages.) The 'under construction' response is for sites etc with broken links or where there is sufficient content to be considered fuly constructed.
I don't know what language your site is in, but be aware that Malay is not a supported language, so a site in Malay would not get aproved however substantial the content.
You cannot sign up for an adsense account with hubpages. You must have an existing adsense account which will require you to have your own website on a top level domain. Hope this helps.
You can sign up to adsense through hubpages, you need to use your profile url. You just have to rememeber that this is your 'portfolio' so it needs to be good to be accepted!
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