Hi my fellow hubbers I know this question raised many times here on hubpages, but I am not raising a question about it, I just want to know some tips from those hubbers whose applications was approved, it will be very helpful if you will give some tips about the below mentioned points:
1: Is 30 hub with high quality enough to approve.
2: My application rejected last week when I have written 20 hubs, 12 of them are featured.
3: How Google Adsense is effective to earn decent money.
4: Google Adsense or Hubpages ad program which one is best way to earn.
Thanks for taking time to help me.
1. Sometimes yes, sometimes no. It all depends. Good grammar may be key, so if your Hubs have any mistakes, I would be sure to correct them.
2. That is not uncommon; please don't be disheartened!
3. AdSense can be a very lucrative tool should one create high quality content that drives traffic.
4. You need AdSense to use HubPages Ads. Usually, HubPages ads provides higher earnings, but this is not always the case.
Hope that helps!
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