i just started creating hubs today.when i can apply to AdSense.
There has been a lot of discussion on a related topic. You might want to check this out:
10 plus hubs seems to be the lucky number. Not many get approved prior to those ten hubs.
That's what I was told anyway. Applied after 11 and was approved.
I have published 10 hubs.. so should I now try for adsense?
Yes, just make sure you know how to do it so you do not throw money down the drain. Google is big, so the competitors are big too. They know how to swim already Learn the right strategies first and then try to compete.
You need to have written a couple of hubs as the others mentioned before you can apply for the Adsense. They say you need to have an online presence before you apply. So just keep writing and eventually it will pay off. Happy hubbing and welcome:-)
If you're in the U.S., then just open a blog on blogspot.com, make a post, and you should be able to get Adsense, which then follows you over to HP.
I should have mentioned also, that having a blog is a great way to get some backlinks to your hubs, too. HP has a great widget you can add to your blog that will list some of your hubs. You could write short summaries or other related posts to your hubs to post there, also.
Why Adsense if Bing and Yahoo are much cheaper? I know that they are not that popular but many marketers get a lot of traffic from them.
Participation in Google Adsense is free - you simply sign up through your earnings page on Hubpages. You get paid when they place ads on your site.
We are talking about advertising networks here. And adsense is king in that area.
by Sudhir 13 months ago
I joined hub pages recently and have only a few articles online. So if I am to apply for a google adsense account what would be a safe number of articles to have before applying? And is the amount of time the articles are published also a factor?
by Kim Milai 4 years ago
Hi All,Just wanted to give a heads up that I carefully prepared and edited 10 of my hubs, as per the instructions then applied for Adsense and I was soundly rejected the next day. I don't pretend to be the greatest writer but I am confident in my writing skills and reading appeal for the subjects I...
by MoltenHound 5 years ago
I have applied for AdSense for a couple of times but got rejected every single time. I am really disappointed because I don't know the reason behind it? Is it because of the time requirements? Or is it because my articles aren't good enough? Someone help me please!
by Paz 5 years ago
Sorry to bother everyone, but how many hubs do I need to write in order to be accepted into AdSense? HubPages suggests just 10 although I've read around that suggested 15 yet I'm still denied. I've passed the 6 months holding period now too. Also, would it be a good idea to apply after every...
by Helen Lush 5 years ago
I've written 9 hubs, all are featured, Including 2 "Hub of the Day" and one "Rising Star" but have just been refused a Google Adsense account for "insufficient content". All my hubs are over 1000 words....can anyone tell me where I am going wrong so I can correct...
by Jadeofheart 3 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...
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