Looks like they are getting even tougher on how much content you need to get approved. 10 hubs used to be enough.
I agree, ten articles used to be enough to get AdSense accounts approved, but lately it seems they want more. Aminur98, apply again with a total of 15 or 20 articles and see if they'll approve you.
You have written as of now only 10 hubs. Write more 'substantial hubs' and then apply for adsense. Happy hubbing friend
It happened to me, too. But in the end, as I complied with Google AdSense's requirements, the monetization of my hubs followed, sooner as I expected.
If you have an Email address associated with a previously disapproved account and are still using that Email address you my not get approved.
I applied a few days ago with ten hubs, and my application was approved. Maybe it is due to the length of the hubs, or quality (all of them were featured)..
Writers from other countries are usually required to wait 6 months even if they have sufficient hubs..
Well, galleryofgrace, it could be the problem.. If I were you I would try to improve my hubs a bit..add some pictures(properly!!), also use other tools.. check if your hubs are written using proper spelling.. Only spelling check made few of my hubs featured after I corrected it.
Spare a small thought for poets, who don't write the longest hubs by any means, yet who have to somehow write enough in order to qualify for Adsense. Interesting thread.
What does this statement mean in the google Daniel response" Place the ad code on a live page of your website. It does not have to be the main page, but test pages that are empty except for the AdSense ad code will not be approved."
by Helen Lush 5 years ago
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by Sudhir 13 months ago
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by Caitlin Goodwin 3 years ago
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by Ardhendu Dey 4 years ago
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by Sinclair Miller III 5 years ago
When trying to get approved for Google AdSense, does the Account Type matter?
by Lindsey 3 years ago
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