How many Hubs do you have to write before you can create a Google Adsense Account?
I have written a few Hubs but my Google Adsense account was unsuccessful.
I think you have to be a member for a month and have published at least ten hubs.
Hello John, Hub Pages advices you to post at least 10 Hubs before applying for Google AdSenSe, but it is also advisable to work on the ways to attract large amount of traffic for the best chance of being accepted.
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