It's my 6th month here and I have already 55 articles, and I am so excited! I hope this time they will not declined my application. I will be telling some updates about it
Buy a domain and cheap hosting at your favorite hosting company.
Build a quick site that has something to do with something you like.
Apply for adsense for that site.
Use adsense account here.
My adsense is partially approved what will be enxt?
Uber Pro Tip: ;P
I done it with a free Weebly website. It took me half a day to build it. Applied for Adsense, and got approved within just over a week.
Yes, but the free website things are so very limited, I actually have websites, and like being able to do as I wish with data, emails, wordpress, etc., and others may want that as well.
It's so inexpensive to have real hosting and a real domain anymore, I can't think of a good reason not to.
With regard to your Adsense application, I understand your frustration and your desire to be approved that you may use it on your Hubs and other online presences. Believe me, I do.
I would, however, urge caution at all times. Do not under any circumstances attempt "shortcuts" or deceptions in your application to Google. Do it by the book and if you have to wait - then wait! Workarounds may possibly achieve short term gain - but will always see you in long term pain...
Play it by the book, do it right and if you have what Google are looking for, you will be approved in due course.
Thank you very much Gordon, I appreciate it. My application is now partially approved but they say they will be completing the review and I hope it goes well. I will be asking few question after my adsense is approve , the code thingy and other
Not to be contrary, but I see no issue with the quicker route, especially since it gives you a real website to play around with, one that may also bring in revenue with adsense.
I will be interested how this turns out for you. I'm surprised you've had trouble. It has me worried for myself. I only have a few hubs so far and was going to apply when I got to ten. If your having trouble with 50 some hubs written, all featured, and some pretty good accolades then I wonder what will become of me.
by Ambiga Jeyaratnaraja 5 years ago
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by vespawoolf 4 years ago
A week ago, I received an email from Google AdSense saying my application had been partially reviewed, they would continue to review my site and it would be either approved or disapproved in 4 business days. I still haven't heard anything. Is there anything I can do other than send them an email?
by John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 5 years ago
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by Tariq Sattar 3 years ago
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by mathair 7 years ago
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