How Many Hubs should I publish to get google ad sense account? what is requirement to get ad sense ?
Well I guess one hub is enough . Goolge adsense is a third party product which can be integrated into your hubs . There is no specific requirement to get a Google adsense account but you should have to convince that you do provide quality contents on your blog or hubs to get it approved .
It's more about quality than quantity. Also, try to get high traffic to your hubs.
by inggo5 years ago
How many hubs do I need to publish before Google Adsense approves my application? I know this question has been asked many times but I know there are a lot of helpful hubbers here who can help. By the way, here's my...
by Jonny Wills3 weeks ago
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by Miebakagh Fiberesima5 years ago
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by Cuttler5 years ago
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by psycheskinner3 years ago
I used to have little trouble keeping everything featured but now defeaturing for traffic is happening a lot more. It makes me wonder if the bar has been lifted?
by Janet217 years ago
I know they said that as of the 25th all hubs that do not meet the new requirements would be unpublished. However, I am still coming across many hubs that don't meet the new requirement. Were these...
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