I was told before in this community that once the total hub reaches 11 Google adsense account gets active. But here even after publishing 12 hubs my account has been disapproved. Google gives no reason for why my account has been disapproved. Can anyone show me the reason for disappproval for my google adsense account. It is not possible to write everytime wihout getting any money....Does being Indian creates problem.....Thanks in advance
I'm an Indian and have an Adsense account for more than a year now, and I have earned plenty from it. To get it might be tough, but once you got, you have more chances than ever.
To say that they doesnt give a reason why your account wasn't approved may not be true, as they used to state a reason, something like "inappropriate content" or "very less content" or something similar.
Are you sure that you got none?
Hi Monisays2u, I'm in the exact same boat! When I opened my hubpages, I applied for asense without knowing you needed content first. I just assumed that it was a given that you apply and you get paid per views or clicks. I had only one hub that needed lots of revisions (I was still learning!- Still am, actually).
When I was rejected I read around and discovered the content thing. Then I applied two days ago after reaching nine hubs all filled with much content. They rejected me again. Like you, no reasons given- both times, just the rejection email. I felt so frustrated that I've been less motivated to put on more content fearing I'll be doing it but never make any money at all from it.
Perhaps Squidoo is better. There, you don't have to apply for anything. You just put in your paypal address and do your articles. I really wish that hubpages would implement such a system here.
Try creating some outside content first. Blogger is owned by Google, so if you create a blog there and fill it with content, you'll probably get approved a lot easier. Also, on blogger, you keep 100% of ad click earnings.
Thanks eva civo and ritsukakunkz....but after publishing in more than 10 hubs I cannot simply switch to other websites......can u help me for suggesting best feature.
Hi Monisays2u.. In some countries like India, china, Pakistan etc your content or hub pages should be 6 months old to be approved. Or refer adsense terms, policies and guidelines and try to find the reason. Google adsense will not tell you exactly what is the reason to disapprove your application.
For Indian and Chinese people, Adsense indeed have a 6 months old waiting stage, but that's for website that you own. I certainly dont think they shall have that in HubPages too.
Hi Robin, It shows for hubpages also. S I am from India and I faced it. It need 6 Months old hubs to be eligible for Adsense
Me too from India. I had the same problem when I tried to apply for Adsense through a website of mine. But anyway, I'm an Adsense publisher for more than a year now and I'm glad to be a part of it.
If you cant get in with Hubpages, I suggest you try Docstoc. Just place an article as an ebook, and upload some 3-4 ebooks. Make sure that your profile is all completed before you apply for Adsense through. They should normally approve you. As a matter of fact, I got mine within 4 hours of requesting for it.
Try it, and let me know how it goes! :-)
Try creating a blog on Blogger or something, too. You'll probably have an easier time getting approved if you have more content than just Hubpages. I was lucky because I already had an Adsense account since I have separate websites. Just try expanding a bit, outside Hubpages. You can use an Adsense account, approved for a separate blog, for any website.
True, if you have a Blogger account, I think it is easier to be approved!
"In some locations, including China and India, we require publishers to have owned their sites for 6 months."
http://support.google.com/adsense/bin/a … nswer=9724
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