So for all of those interested, I have been with Google Adsense for a month, I have a total of 36 Hubs right now, and I have never gotten a single email from Adsense. I have reapplied 6 times now, have been very frustrated, but have finally gotten it! I thought this would be a great time to write an article about getting accepted on Hubpages!
I have an adsense account because I am a blogger at blogger.com, however I am having trouble hearing from adsense regarding my website and placing ads on that site. I am happy for you but I don't know what's going on in my case.
I'm sure you'll get it soon! You can email them at team@HubPages.com and they should respond pretty fast. I have also written an article now on How to Get Accepted into Google Adsense. You should check it out!
Congratulations! Glad the experience inspired you to write. It's certainly a bit tricky getting approved, but determination pays off in the end. Good luck with your AdSense earnings, and your HubPages journey as well!
For some reason Hubpages decided that the title was deceptive and overloaded with keywords?! I don't know. I will immediately post the new link as soon as it is republished! So sorry for the inconvenience.
Thanks! I've written an article trying to help other new Hubbers that are struggling with Adsense giving them a walk through of the entire process along with tips and advice. It's called How to Get Accepted into Google Adsense. Spread the word.
Congratulations on getting your AdSense account! I'm only just starting out, but hopefully once I've got some really good (and plentiful!) hubs going I'll get accepted too. Great article by the way, really pleased for you
Wow, good to know how many hubs it realistically takes to be successful in getting approved. It would definitely be a good article, one that I would certainly read. In the interim, I am trying to simply enjoy the process of writing and am trying to ensure my hubs are of good quality.
Thank you. I just tend to write about my experiences and things that interest me. I get decent feedback on my hubs, so I guess you'll have to read them for yourself to find out if I'm a good writer or not. God bless and congrats again!
Sorry, missed the question on there being a secret......not really. It may not be the best way but I take a good deal of time on most of my hubs. I try to make sure they are of the highest quality I can before I produce. I'm sure there's that I could do to make sure that they're even better but I guess that's the secret. Don't rush your hubs if you've been doing that. You have important things to say so make sure it's got the heaviest impact. There's some amazing hubbers on here who can give you even greater advice. One, like my friend tammyswallow or billybuc, or even Cloudexplorer.
At last I have done it! As I explained in another thread I had got tired of checking only to find little progress in the way of making any money, but after all the questions about if I am getting clicks now and having just read Dorsi's payout thread I thought I'd go and see what is in my Google...
While I link my Adsense account, it directs me to Google, which then asks if I want to accept the association, I say yes, then it directs me back to Hubpages, but it just loads a blank page, nothing comes up. I could not find anything like this in the help section, is there something else I need to...
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...
At HubPages, do writers have to have an account with AdSense for Google ads to appear on their hubs, or do they appear because HubPages has its own account with Google AdSense? I ask because I have Google ads on my one hub, but I have no individual AdSense account yet. I appreciate your help,...
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