I have already posted 5 featured hubs. I was trying to associate with the google AdSense. But unable to do so. AdSense generated a message telling "Insufficient content". I am new to hubpages and am not fully accustomed with its various procedures. I am unable to understand what it means exactly. It would be of great help to me if anybody guides me the procedure kindly. Thanks in advance for your guidance.
Hi there, and welcome to HubPages! We recommend writing at least 15-20 high-quality Hubs before you apply to AdSense. You can read more here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/signup-AdSense
In the meantime, you can still earn from the Amazon Affiliate program: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/crea … te-account
Thank you so much for your prompt reply. I have already done the setting for amazon.com, but have not started earning yet.
Glad to hear it! You can check out this Blog Post for some tips on making the most of your Amazon capsules: http://blog.hubpages.com/2013/07/hubpag … your-hubs/
Hope it helps!
Dear, write some more hubs with niche content. Give some time to google to develop the index for your article in search engine. As the traffic generates, you can again apply for adsense account.
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