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Google rejected my Adsense application for insufficient content ( I have 9 hubs so far), but there are ads on all of my hubs. I'm confused...help
Hi is2222, we recommend waiting until you have at least 20 Featured Hubs before applying to AdSense.
You can read more about our recommendations for signing up with AdSense in our Learning Center entry: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/signup-AdSense
Agreed. Adsense wants to see that you're not applying for Adsense for the sake of applying for it. According to Adsense, content is the king and 9 articles may not be sufficient.
In a blog I have dedicated to Adsense, I had to post about 25 good articles to get Adsense approved, with all original content and what not.
Hope this helps. Good day!!!
I applied for Adsense after I wrote 14 hubs and all of them were featured. Mr. Google agreed and my Adsense application was approved . The minimum requirement is 10 quality hubs.
There is no 'fixed' number as to how many articles/hubs Adsense requires to approve your application. The higher the number of articles, the better chances you have. Also applying just to get accepted for Adsense doesn't really help you to generate revenues.
You have the option of turning the ads off if you'd like, but unfortunately until you are approved for adsense, you will not profit from the ads. I decided to just leave the ads up until I was approved. I was approved after I had over 20 hubs, and all of mine were featured. It won't hurt anything to leave the ads up and it won't help either!
Thanks Christy. What happens to any revenue from the ads that are running now? Will I get that once I'm accepted by adsense?
No you won't get any of that ad revenue. That revenue all goes to HubPages for now.
If your AdSense has not been approved you can select not to show ads on your hubs. Try to have at least 15 hubs before reapplying for AdSense and make sure all of them have great content.
Well to become a good performer in adsense you should have at least 15-20 featured hub and all hubs should have good traffic. As you say Google rejected your adsense application then before approval all revenue will go in van , you will not get any penny from that, so to acquire revenue just make all your hub featured (20) and then apply for adsense.
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