I will miss you hubpages because at that time you were my part of life with a wonderful comunity, friendly hubbers.
One thing I want to say that adsense is pain.
Love you hubpages.
I'm sorry to hear that, Educateurself! AdSense can certainly be difficult on the signup end- I hope that you can eventually gain acceptance!
Oh I feel you Educateurself, even I my adsense was always declined. But I have to keep pursuing for I know someday they will be accepting my application. I was almost declined for 10 times, I will be waiting to be on my six months here before applying again.
I hope hubpages will have new earning program that will makes us earn without adsense for it is too difficult! ;-(
I have to totally agree! Adsense can be a pain. The best idea would be for Hubpages to create some parallel venture that would allow us rejected writers to earn some money for our efforts!
Does that mean you've been rejected? I'm very surprised, unless it relates to where you live.
Do bear in mind that you can reapply. Some countries have a six month waiting period but if you apply after that, you have a very good chance of being accepted.
Chances are your Hubs will earn so little in your first six months anyway, it's not a great loss.
I assume you're leaving because you can't get Adsense? Because you live in Pakistan, you have to have a history of six months writing online before you apply for Adsense. So if you've been applying and getting rejected, you've been wasting your time and getting frustrated for nothing. You have two more months to wait so consider being patient.
Having said that, I'm concerned that your English needs improvement and therefore Adsense may feel your Hubs are not good enough quality. You have some interesting Hubs so it would be a pity if you got turned down for poor grammar. I suggest you spend some time working on that in the next two months, and good luck.
When I first joined Hubpages, years ago, I wrote a few hubs and didn't come back ..... then a magical thing happened and I started to see income, growing, in my Adsense account .... so I returned.
It's a long-term game.... but if you don't stick with it, you'll "never know".
Educateurself, as a resident of Pakistan, AdSense is particularly hard to qualify for as they have experienced an excess of counterfeit account applications from that country. You will have had to have an established web presence for six months before they will even begin to consider your application
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