Google AdSense

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  1. profile image0
    Elizabeth Dorssomposted 7 years ago

    What do I need to do to be accepted by Google AdSense? I've tried twice  and I'm always told that I do not have enough hubs on my page. How many do I need?

    1. BrightMeadow profile image77
      BrightMeadowposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Despite that I had a google adsense account already, I could not have it connected to my hub pages account until I had been here six months.

    2. tamron profile image80
      tamronposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      It depend on what country your from.  You might have to wait 6 months.  If your in the U.S. you have no waiting time.

      Ad-sense /Google has gotten stricter since I started writing.  I see in the forum all the time with 10 hubs they get approved.

      Make sure your articles are not to short.  I would at least make them 400 words or better.

      Good Luck and Welcome

    3. yougotme profile image91
      yougotmeposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I have to agree with tamron. It will usually require you to have about 10 hubs (number varies between hubbers).

      You may try going through the topics under the "Google Adsense" category to know more about getting an account in Google Adsense.

    4. KenDeanAgudo profile image85
      KenDeanAgudoposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I was rejected 10 times but i am persistent i waited for almost 6 months and now, i have 57 hubs and i am partially approve. have patience friend

  2. LindaSmith1 profile image61
    LindaSmith1posted 7 years ago

    15 quality hubs at least.

  3. drspaniel profile image89
    drspanielposted 7 years ago

    I believe that you need to have published at least 20 Hubs to be accepted. Well... that's just what I've heard.

  4. Helena Ricketts profile image94
    Helena Rickettsposted 7 years ago

    I think it also helps to have a Blogger blog if you don't have enough hubs posted.  I've had AsSense for years, before I even knew about HubPages, through one of my Blogger blogs.  It's built into their system, probably because Google owns the site.

    If you have a blog there, you might try applying through that instead.  Once you are approved, all you do is enter your AdSense # into your HubPages account page.

  5. JakeFrost profile image60
    JakeFrostposted 7 years ago

    I got accepted within 10 minutes of my first hub... Strange

  6. Marketing Merit profile image94
    Marketing Meritposted 7 years ago

    I don't believe there are any hard and fast rules about getting approved if you have 10 hubs published. Google is rather fickle. As some Hubbers have already touched upon, it depends upon the quality and length of your articles and sometimes their maturity i.e. length of time published.

    Also, there are some topics which Google finds taboo and are best avoided. I am sure you can use your imagination to figure out which ones!

    My suggestion would be to review the hubs you have already published and, in the interim, concentrate upon building more quality hubs before applying again. Good luck!

  7. Icematikx profile image59
    Icematikxposted 7 years ago

    Adsense is an extremely hard network to get into, they require consistent monetiseable content. Only thing I can suggest is target higher-paying keywords, so that they're more interested in monetising your content!

  8. mismazda profile image60
    mismazdaposted 7 years ago

    I have 19 hubs on different variety of topics, from poems, recipes, health articles and baby articles, and I still have not been what gives? btw..most of my articles are long and they are well least i think so...

  9. Icematikx profile image59
    Icematikxposted 7 years ago

    @mismazda I would suggesting making your own blog and buying a .com website. Adsense generally approve domains much quicker and easier!

  10. mismazda profile image60
    mismazdaposted 7 years ago

    Thanks Icematikx...maybe I will look into doing my own

    1. Helena Ricketts profile image94
      Helena Rickettsposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      You can use the Blogger platform for free and if you want an actual .com url, you can get it through them for $10 a year which isn't a bad price.  Your site would literally only cost you $10 a year for the url and the hosting.

  11. Craig Hartranft profile image59
    Craig Hartranftposted 7 years ago

    Lot of good answers, but having a website already and existing AdSense account before join hubpages is likely the best way to go.


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