Finally, my Google AdSense was approved after applying for it a few times. I allowed for the Hubs I had published to have the Hub Featured logo on them and then I re-applied for Google AdSense. The lesson to be learned from this is let all the Hubs be completely published before applying. Now that I have the approved Google AdSense, I will be writing (or in this case typing) a lot.
Woot! You also have to have a certain amount of hubs to be published (for me it was about ten), too. And quality is important, too! Happy Hubbing!
Congrats, Miller! I'm going to try again tomorrow once my 20th hub is no longer in pending. Here's hoping...
Yeah for you Miller! I am quite new to HP and have tried once and failed. So far I only have 2 hubs so I will keep publishing. After all, WD40 is called WD40 because they tried 40 times to get the formula right. Lets hope it won't take 40 tries with Google!
by Ambiga Jeyaratnaraja4 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...
by W.N Amechi3 years ago
Hello there,So I just started hubbing, but I've gotten out of the bootcamp phase. I applied for Google Adsense and was disapproved - twice. I read all the possible problems that I could fix that was sent to my e-mail,...
by Elizabeth4 years ago
I'd like to consider myself an asset to the hubpages community. Although I began relatively recently, I have over a dozen published hubs, and I even won the rising star award for one of them. I have applied...
by klaceyjsmith3 years ago
I am just learning all about everything on the internet, and I signed up for a Google AdSense account so that I could get paid for my articles. Well, I don't know what the heck I did, but they deleted my account...
by felishiyafiamma11 months ago
Hi Hubbers, I checked my account yesterday on August 20, 2016 and to my surprise the Google Adsense has approved my application. It is hardly even two months, when I signed up.
by Sinclair Miller III5 years ago
When trying to get approved for Google AdSense, does the Account Type matter?
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