Google adsense approval is a major issue that is faced by several people on hubpages. After waiting for 6 months, I got preliminary approval for google adsense (3 days passed). I was very happy to see this that finally I succed, but today I got mail stating that my application is rejected. I can't understand the issue
- Site does not comply with Google policies
I can't understand this reason for rejection now. Please friends suggest me something, what can I do now. I realy want google adsense
I have gone through your profile. So far only 21 hubs in 6 months. You need to write more hubs. No particular number of articles, however, reasonable number of substantial articles are required.
Reasonable number of articles in 6 months: Simple - at least 6 to 10 per month will gather 50+ articles in your account. And perhaps, you can get the Adsense approved.
Google doesn't look at the age of your account, it looks at the age of your Hubs. Your oldest Featured Hub is only 3 months old (remember that Google can't "see" unFeatured Hubs).
As you live in India, you must have at least one Hub that is six months' old.
Also, I don't think you have enough Hubs yet. I haven't seen anyone approved with less than 30 Hubs recently.
As for earnings - HubPages is a long-term investment. You will earn between $1 and $5 for every 1,000 visitors to your Hubs.
Have your read over the specific program policies for your resident country to make sure you've met all the rules?
Consider whether some of your content maybe x-rated, bad language, nudity of pictures, offensive to some people or racial. Those things can get you rejected. You may need to change some things in some of your hubs. You'll be surprised that once you go back and make some changes then they may accept you. Ask the hub administration team to help as well but make sure your hubs are clean first. Hope this helps.
You can go through google adsense program policies. It will help you to sort out the problem!
As dilpchandra12 said, you must have a good number of articles before getting approved. You must have about 70 articles or more to get approved.And make sure whether are all the images are not copyrighted or remove any copyrighted images. This could be a reason for your approvals.
Google needs to ensure whether you are a true passionate writer. And it is good to concentrate on one topic,however that really not matters on hubpages. And google adsense needs unique and compelling content, so make sure you do the best.
@Kohila... I have read program policies. I have not taken any copyrighted images. I have written all content of my hubs. The only thing is I don't have 70 hubs. The thing I am wondering is I recently saw a hub of a person who is saying that he got paid for 54$ via hubpages and his monthly earning was just 1-5$. It means really low traffic and a few number of hubs.
Yeah. You need to improve your content! With SEO practises and social media shares, you can get more traffic. But google recently hate those who stuff keywords and write 'made-for-adsense-and-search-engine' articles.
Anyway, wait for 4 months, increase your articles, then you can be approved.
waited 6 months to apply as in India we can get google adsense before 6 months. The main thing is I am not getting the reason of rejecting my application "Issues:
- Site does not comply with Google policies"
When I applied for google adsense for the first time, they said insufficient content", but now google policies
Actually, insufficient content also comes under google policies. So, there is no difference in it. Instead of getting help here, you can get good tips and help from people who work on google too. Check out
You can get adsense account for Hubpages within 1 day even if you are from india.
http://www.geteverything.org/how-to-get … in-1-hour/
use the above link to understand the process. After getting adsense account with youtube, you will be able to associate it with hubpages.
@alternativeto... have you got adsense approved with same trick? because I had tried it several months but my application was rejected
This link gives really, really bad advice.
It tells you to choose another country when you apply for the Adsense account. That is a sure way to get banned from Adsense. I'll tell you why.
After you've had your Adsense account for a while, Adsense will send you a letter by snail mail, containing a secret code which you have to enter on your account.
- If you supplied a fake address for your account, you will never get that secret code and therefore you will never be able to claim a payout.
- If you supply an Indian address, they will know you lied about your location when you applied, and they will cancel your Adsense account. Not only that, they will probably ban you from Adsense for life.
very true... but I tried youtube as well to get google adsense. They declined my application. The thing I am wondering is the reason for rejection that is "- Site does not comply with Google policies"
Its hubpages, and I just have an account here, how I can manage webmaster's policies :-o
Your oldest hub seems to be only 3 months old? they determine age from your first hub, it needs to be 6 months old.
no no my oldest hub was published in april, 2013 http://jasmeetk.hubpages.com/hub/Choosi … ht-Dentist
it is more than 6 months old
It shows on your profile as 23 hours old.
It is showing last updated date i.e. 4 november
I suspect it shows to Google like it shows on your profile. So maybe stop updating your older hubs.
If you bought that stockphoto I would also suggest attributing it to show that.
ohkk... but as per my knowledge google likes updation... also if I don't update hubs, they will no longer stay featured
If you don't have clearly six month old material, you don't get adsense. So I would suggest making one good enough to stay featured for the long haul.... Better safe. They my read the original publication date, but they may not. And they will never explain exactly why they reject you so it is best to cover the bases.
that's the main reason, google never give explaination for the rejection of applications. In my case, I really feel that there was no reason for the rejection of my application. People get adsense even with a few articles and very less traffic, but mine got rejected
When you updated that Hub, did you unpublish it and then republish it again? Never unpublish your Hubs when you want to make changes.
yes , i got Adsense account using the YouTube method, like you i was denied by Google saying tos and policies. You should be having a YouTube account with videos and don't use the email that you already used for applying, create a new Gmail account for applying to Adsense.
You can also start a Google "Blogger" blog and use AdSense on this account. It should give you immediate credibility with AdSense after that. That's how I got immediate approval when I signed up with HubPages, I had a preexisting account via Blogger.
It certainly helped that your account on Blogger was pre-existing - if you'd started a new one, that would've had to gain 'age' as well. The main problem for the OP is that he's in India.
@rainsanmartin... I have a blog as well... I made it for same purpose, but google rejected my application their as well.
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