I have asked several people on this topic but never got a perfect answer. Can anyone tell me the fixed criteria to be fulfilled in order to get approved for adsense on hubpages?
It is however generally believed that people from India need to have a website or domain that is at least 6 months old to stand a chance of being accepted.
You joined Hubpages only 2 weeks ago, so if you do not have a web site of your own that is at least 6 months old, it is better to wait until you have been here for 6 months and then apply.
If you want to get approved to Adsense, you must have content. That is the main criteria. Apart from this, there are a lot of terms and conditions which you can read from their site. I am from India and Indians have to wait for 6 months for their Adsense approval. We have to be active on Hubpages for these 6 months,writing hubs(good quality content), getting a lot of view and then you can confidently send an application for approval. They will approve it within a week!!! Hope this helped.
Does anyone know if there is a time period to wait in America before, one can get Adsense approval.
I Joined HP a few days ago, Adsense is working for me. I Have had a Google account for sometime now. You may have to contact Google and see if it's something on their end or contact HP and see if they need to fix something.
I'm from India. I applied for AdSense via my blog (blogspot) and got accepted. Please note that the blog was around for nearly 2 years so I didn't have to wait that much for approval. Normally you will have to wait for 6 months if your blog is new and until you have enough content in them.
Had this same question. I applied for Adsense but they rejected me. I gather that I'm supposed to make a bunch of hubs and be on here for 6 months before I apply again??
This 6 months rule is basically for Indians. But yes, you need to have a bunch of quality hubs with good amount of views before applying.
I was turned down when I first applied, because I didn't understand that you had to fall into a certain criteria and had applied after only after having a couple of hubs and very few followrs. Once I reached 10 hubs and about 20 - 25 or so followers I applied again and this time I was approved.
Great news. Sadly I will have to wait for 6 months as I am from India.
Thank you. I was wondering why some people seem to be were approved immediately but others (like myself) were rejected numerous times.
I keep getting denied on adsense, it says that I need to be able to edit the source code on my webpages I would like ads to be displaied what does this mean?
I am confused, how do I fix this then as it keeps telling me I need to update source code, is there something I need to click on in my account
For us Indians we need to have minimum 6 months old account to get an adsense approval. You need to wait for some months. If you have any other website (which you own) you can try through that.
Jmillis, it would be best to tell Hubpages team about this problem.
Did you follow the correct instructions to apply for HubPages or did you just go and sign up direct?
by Sreejith k 6 years ago
HI EVERYONE I AM FROM INDIA .I AM NOT GETTING MY ADSENSE APPROVED . THEY SAY THAT "SITE DOES NOT COMPLY WITH GOOGLE POLICIES". PLEASE VISIT MY HUBPAGES PROFILE AND PLEASE HELP ME FRIENDS.
by Jasmeet Kaur 5 years ago
Google adsense approval is a major issue that is faced by several people on hubpages. After waiting for 6 months, I got preliminary approval for google adsense (3 days passed). I was very happy to see this that finally I succed, but today I got mail stating that my application is rejected. I can't...
by Jadeofheart 4 years ago
Hello. Is there anyone here from an Asian country who got their google adsense approved? I've heard that if you reside in an asian country, you have to wait for 6 months. To be specific? What is it about that 6 months? Is it, your account being 6 months old? Or all of your hubs need to be 6 months...
by yogeshsingh 10 years ago
hi friends,i am new to money making industry, so i don't have any blog or website. I have heard google adsense approves hubpages url's fairly easily than normal blogs or website.I have published one article on hubpage(http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-succeed- … ance-exams)after that i have...
by Ambiga Jeyaratnaraja 5 years ago
Hi,I do not why Google is not approving my Adsense application. Am from India and I heard that people from India should wait minimum 6 months to apply for Adsense. Also they should have published minimum 10 hubs. I have done all these things. But when I apply to Adsense, am not getting approved....
by Joe Young 4 years ago
On browsing the forum, I have become aware that we can't earn on HubPages without AdSense. This is a grim realization for me.I have 29 featured hubs that are generally considered to be of reasonable quality. I applied for an AdSense account over a year ago, and since then I've had nothing. When I...
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