After months and months of toiling and waiting, patience has finally paid off and Google has accepted my application into the Adsense program. Now, what next from here??
Congrats, cuttler! If you're not already set up, here are our procedures for getting your accounts associated: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/signup-AdSense
Congrats, Cuttler! I knew it would happen at some point, because you are a talented and thoughtful writer. Thanks for letting us know about it. I was curious, and almost asked recently how it was going. Good luck!
Glad your patience & hard work paid off!
Congratulations. This is just a beginning and best of luck for great earnings through Google Adsense. Now all you have to do is keep post quality hubs in order to make more money.
I published 15 high quality hubs and Google Adsense won't approve me! It says in the HubPages Learning Centre that you only need 10. It isn't fair! What do I do?!
When i first started out, I witnessed other hubbers getting approved with as little as 5 hubs. It took me 20 hubs and 5 months of waiting to finally get approved. I guess it depends, not only on the content, and quality of the content you have, but also on the region where you are. Some countries get approved within a shorter time period than others. All I can advice is that you keep throwing quality content out there and hope for the best.
Hope to see you approved soon
The minimum number has been increased by Google and depending on your location, there's a time frame you gotta wait for as well...
It took me almost three years with over 70 hubs to get approved. I suppose we can't quite tell the formula they use. It is patience and the love of writing that keeps us going.
by Gable Rhoads 9 years ago
I was approved by Adsense yesterday and have made 7 cents. How motivating!
by Victoria Van Ness 9 years ago
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by Faith A Mullen 9 years ago
I was finally approved for AdSense today. Here are my current stats for other newbies who are wondering when to resubmit their AdSense application:Number of Hubs: 21 (only 20 fully published, as one is still in pending)Length of time on HubPages: 6 weeksNumber of page views per day: a little over...
by Jacante 9 years ago
Over the weekend, I received my approval notification from AdSense. Since there is so much discussion regarding AdSense on this forum, I thought it would be helpful to share the details. I know a lot of this comes down to luck, but here are my stats: I've been on HP for 3 months, I have...
by Sunnyglitter 11 years ago
I never earn very much on Adsense, so I'm extremely excited. I have 10 hubs on there, plus a blog. The entire $5.08 was from one of my hubs; to date, this hub has earned $24.02 (it's been up for a few months).Just wanted to share my progress, because I know how discouraging it can be to...
by Susan Ng Yu 13 years ago
I'm so excited! My Adsense has finally reached $100 after two years! Yey! I better write more hubs if I want my next payout in less than two years, huh? Hehe!
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