I was delighted when my first Hub was accepted and published. After publication I applied for an Adsense account and subsequently received a standard looking email that told me that my application had been rejected. I was very disappointed by this outcome. Adsense did not give me any feedback as to why my application had been rejected.
How can I find out why my application was rejected?
Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
Sorry to hear about your AdSense account.
Unfortunately, we have no insight into the Google AdSense application process as it is entirely a Google program. They should have given you some sort of explanation in the email.
Your best bet is to follow up with them directly.
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=81904
Thanks. Help when you are starting out is greatly appreciated.
If you view this new user's account, it's crystal clear the reason he got rejected by Google is that he only has a single Hub published. Matthew, you might want to suggest to admin that forum moderators take a three second glance at people's accounts before just blindly posting a cut-n-paste answer to questions like this.
Your account is new. You 1st hub is under moderation for quality check. So, how adsense can approve your account. I suggests you to wait and post spicy hubs and then apply for adsense.
don't hold your breath waiting for an explanation ... neither your time nor your requests seem to be of interest ... took me about 6 weeks to get approved ... but now I am stuck in part 2 of the process ... still waiting for something else to happen ... and I have no idea what that might be ... in the meantime, though I am making no ad "cents", my competitors are advertising on my pages ... duh ... so much for rules and ethics ... maybe someone at google might want to consider mixing ad sense with common sense ... and courtesy... that said, just sit back and hone your writing skills ... one thing that might help get you off square one though ... set up your pages with capsules of 500-800 words ... got more to say ... make a couple more capsules all of them together no more than 2000 words ... still got more to say ... break it into a series of hubs ...
It is a shame that Adsense are not more helpful. We are all just trying to a get a job done. Have a prosperous and healthy new year.
The experience of hubbers applying for adsense accounts over the last year or so suggests you should have 10 or more hubs cleared from pending and on your profile. To be approved you need a reasonable amount of content already available to Google. For some countries you site also needs to be 6 months old.
Usually Google tries to make all their ad revenue programs like Youtube partnership and adsense pseudo elite. They usually won't approve you unless you regularly post high quality content AND get regular traffic. One time posts usually won't do that, so just keep posting and try in another month or two
Hi posinfo . California is correct, even though you may have already been invited to join adsense you will not be allowed to immediately, post more hubs and wait at least 2 months before trying again. Merry Christmas to you and yours too
Thanks. Wishing you every success in 2013 and beyond. Do you think that it is better to write on a range of topics or write a lot of Hubs in the same Niche?
As long as the hubs meet Adsense guidelines (e.g. not relating to gambling, nudity etc) and are well written, I don't think it matters.
The same happened to me. I got lots of advice from the community here and it looks like you should have at least 10 hubs published and around a month here before you apply. This will give you more chance to get accepted. They basically want to see that you write good content and get a lot of views.
I applied several times and got the same response as you. I now have 3 hubs but I will wait until I have around 10 before I apply again.
Someone also advised me that it's easier to get approved by adsense via youtube. If that's an option for you, maybe try posting on youtube and getting an account that way. After you can just add you hubpage URL to the adsense account.
Good Luck and Marry Christmas!
If you follow some guidelines in your blog and have some unique content for atleast 25 articles.then you will get adsense easily and can reduce the chance of getting rejected from google adsense.
You only need to follow the guildlines given in this post guidlines to get adsense within 6 months for your blog
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