12 months of hard word toiling and all that fatigue for nothing. I strive to come up with high quality hubs and have over 22000 views so far and some of my hubs feature highly in google search but still, 12 months later, no adsense. Arrrrrgghhhh. Hence the conclusion, Google hates me and hence I hat them back. But I will continue writing for it is my passion to write and share my views with the world.
Never give up. Have patience and wait a little more. Keep on sending your request for ad sense. I am sure you will have success soon. After all you have an author score of 99 showing you are doing extremely well. If you still doubtful, just check on my hubs on HubPages, I have detailed my experience, the biter one, there. Hope you will and relax. Just leave the Hate theory. It is Christmas season and time for Love only. Wish you Happy Christmas. Plus best of luck and my prayers.....
Never back down, As a matter of fact, I have reapplied for almost 30 times or more, because i did not pass the second evaluation but one day after reapplying and reapplying and correcting some grammars, I got approve for almost 8 months of toil,
I dont earn in adsense, I just got 0.03$ , but I earn quite good at hub pages program. Need to add more hubs since i am just earning 3$-5$ in a month . , lol
What country are you from and how many Hubs did you have before you applied? For people living in many countries (India, Philippines, Viet Nam, etc.) there is a six month waiting period. This means that you need to have 25 – 30 articles published for at least six months before you apply. Were all of your Hubs published six months before you applied for AdSense?
It took me three years (3 years!) to get google adsense. I just kept refilling those online requests after each denial until one day it just happened. I did some work on the hubs though - remove any words that may suggest adult content, implied violence or racial intolerance. Edit thoroughly for typos and grammar and keep re-submitting. Some may be very innocent words but you must find alternatives that tone them down.
They don't hate you at google. They just have so much business they can afford to be unjustifiably nitty-picky, besides they use machines to do the assessments. Never ever give up!
Yes, don't give up, cuttler. You write decent hubs. Something doesn't seem right after all this time. Maybe it's wordcount? Google like lengthy articles. Glad to see that you haven't let Google dim your passion for writing.
Thanks for the continued support. I don't think its word cound coz all my hubs are above the 800 minimum of HP. In Fact most are above 1500 words with at least three going over 2000 words. Anyway, whatever the case I will continue soldering on.
If it makes you feel any better - they pay a pittance anyway so you're not missing much.
I have also tried Google Ade sense but it seems i am tired but i will continue to try
Thanks fellow hubbers, for your advice and words of encouragement. I will soldier on in this bid to get adsense. Thanks again
For those being rejected by AdSense, what is Google exactly saying? My understanding is that there are certain phrases they'll use that make it more obvious why they are rejecting you.
In your case, I think I might know why. In my research, I found that Google is blocking health, nutrition and remedy sites unless they come from authoritative sources such as a doctor. Your hubs contain a lot of medical news, which would be auto banned by their robot.
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