I'm just wondering if other hubbers can give me advice on how many hubs they recommend I have published before I sign up for Adsense, Ebay, Amazon affiliate income-producing programs to make it worthwhile?
I currently have 19 hubs published.
I wrote an article on how to get AdSense much more quickly and easily than trying to get approved through Hubpages.
As someone else said, Beth already had AdSense, so entirely different.
Thanks, I had already applied for an AdSense account through Hub pages before I saw your advice to set up a web page and apply for it there. So although I already have a personal blog site where I could do it, I don't suppose I can as I already have a pending application.
Yeah, you'll need to wait for that to be accepted or rejected first.
Does your blog have much material?
Who is it hosted by?
It's Blogspot through Google. It has quite a bit of content over about 5 years, but mostly a personal journal style blog, though I can start adding more variety of content wider appeal.
As soon as you are rejected, apply through blogspot, You'll get it, and can use it here.
I too had a personal blog on blogger and was rejected. Then I found HubPages and after about 20 articles, I was accepted.
Surprisingly I was approved first attempt, and I only applied for AdSense 12 days ago. from what I'd heard I'd been expecting to have my application declined and have to wait 6 months. maybe things are getting easier and quicker. It was a pleasant surprise.
I've only just written my first Hub but as I already had AdSense and Amazon affiliate accounts I linked them up straight away. Even if my Hub only generates a few cents, it's better than no cents at all. In my view, the only reason not to link your writing is if you don't like the flow interrupted by advertising. On the plus side, once you have a few Hubs written (which you already have) you should be able to see the relative popularity of different types of article by how much income each one generates.
If you do not already have an ad sense account then go with 10 featured hubs. That seems to be the magic number.
I heard from someone that you have the best chance of getting adSense if you have 20 hubs and a well written bio.
Don't get discouraged if you don't get approved at first. Just keep publishing hubs. I published perhaps 17 or so hubs before mine was approved. Persist.
Welcome to world of Adsense and HubPages! hope you enjoy your time here and writing. Lots of info on the site for any questions. Use the search bar and you'll find forums and Hubs with your answers we hope you get many cents falling into your account!
by Jimmy 8 years ago
Mike, how many hubs did you have when AdSense approved you?I'm just starting out and looking to set a target number of hubs so I have a good chance of being approved.
by Muhammad Rafiq 4 years ago
How many hubs are required to get approved for Google AdSense?
by R-J-T 8 years ago
My question is how many hubs did you publish before you started seeing daily clicks and where they backlinked or not?The reason I'm asking this is becuase I've written a few hubs, but I havent gotten around to backling them all yet, and was wondering if people had got to a certain number of hubs...
by Renaissance Man 5 years ago
So i just got adsense approval. I always see people posting and asking how long did it take them and how many hubs to get in. I can say this i only have 14 hubs, which hub-pages says you need at least 10. However i found that i had to wait at least about a month before i could get...
by sam24354 3 years ago
I have just started, so I dont expect it in the near future, but how many hubs, or how many months before you start making money? How much traffic is considered to be good traffic? Right now I am getting about an average of 75 hits per day on 4 hubs. Is that good? What...
by rsanc013 7 years ago
How many hubs per week do you write and how much money do you make and how? Adsense, Amazon, ebay?Starting up want to get a general picture of things
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