This is the third time google refused to give me an adsense account for hubpages. I am really depressed. Please some one advice me what to do.
Seven months only eight hubs should have 20 to 25 then apply again
I applied for adsense through a 'blogspot' blog. I just made three long posts on it and my account was approved within a week. If your account is not being approved via hubpages then its best you do it through a blogspot blog. But make sure the blog looks fine, choose a default theme and stick with it until you have 4-5 posts on your blog and then apply again.
I would suggest getting domain name and a hosting service. Then use a CMS (e.g. Joomla or Wordpress) or a bunch of static pages linked together to form a website. The apply for that google adsense account again with this website. You'll be accepted within a week.
In my case, it took me three days to get that adsense account. I hope this helps.
That shouldn't be the problem. I just published my first hub. And adsense on it without any problems at all.
The best people to ask would be Google. Try responding to the denial email you got and ask what the reason was for you being denied, and what you can do to get approved.
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