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I thought that one did not need much content to apply for Google Adsense via hub

  1. Tricia1000 profile image75
    Tricia1000posted 6 years ago

    I thought that one did not need much content to apply for Google Adsense via hubpages. Not true!

    My application was rejected and account disabled because of a violation.  For not having enough content? New hubbers should be warned to wait to have enough articles before applying. Any one had a similar experience? Will I get Google Adsense with enough content? Should I continue with hubpages?

  2. cephla profile image60
    cephlaposted 6 years ago

    Honestly, Google doesn't like sites like Hubpages for obvious reasons. You're probably better off starting a blogspot blog and applying from there. Citing Hubpages as your primary site for Adsense will probably work against you.

  3. Rob Winters profile image84
    Rob Wintersposted 6 years ago

    I agree with cephia that and easier an quicker route is to apply using your own blog or website.With regard to applying via hubpages the general consensus that i'm aware of is that your hubpages a/c must be older than 6 months and that you must have a minimum of 10 hubs published before adsense is likely to approve you.GL & welcome to hubpages Tricia.

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    msivakumarposted 6 years ago

    Sorry Tricia1000, if you have contradictory answers here. Google does not bother whether you apply through HubPages or blogger or from your won site for the Adsense approval.

    All it needs is a substantial original content in the contnet URL given by the publisher. And Google is not very strict on the six month rule etc and it does not favor blogspot bloggers just because it is owned by it.

    People have got adsense approval through Hubpages faster than through blogger. People once rejected have got approval again within a month to two months too. Google may not be consistent with this, but all it needs is a good original content and a trusted site.

    It is OK if your application is rejected, you can apply again. Please ensure that you have enough, substantial original content. Rough thumbrule is to have about 15-20 quality hubs and achieving a daily traffic of about 50-100 page views.

    Or achieve a hubscore of about 80 to 85 and then apply for Adsense (Hubscore has not got anything to do with Adsense approval, but if you achieve a score in the range of 80-85 means, you are a good citizen of HubPages and the chances of getting Adsense approval are high)

    Best of Luck.

  5. JEDIJESSICUH profile image82
    JEDIJESSICUHposted 6 years ago

    Honestly, that wasn't how it went down for me. I got approved with less than ten hubs and with an account no more than a week old. It's entirely possible to get accepted by Google AdSense when you don't have much content, but you do have to have content. It has to be original and unique. I had approximately five or six hubs when I was accepted, but I was also publishing faster than a normal newbie.

  6. Tricia1000 profile image75
    Tricia1000posted 5 years ago

    Just a follow up on my question 10 months ago. After about 13 hubs my Google Adsense finally got approved. I wanted to give up after the first rejection, but I am now glad that I did not.  Do not even bother to apply for an Adsense account unless you have another main site.  My advice to new hubbers is to be patient.  First write enough content and only then apply for a Google Adsense account.  Once you have a Google Adsense  account you can also activate the Hubpages ad programme.  Writing for Hubpages will then become very lucrative.  It is one of the higher paid writing sites around.