I am from India and want to enroll for hub ad- programs. I am individual and not connected to any firm in India. Am I eligible to write hub pages.
Second, can I still continue to write for hubpages, having had enrolled for author writing for iwriter.com, elance, odesk and so on... which is just revenue and does not involve any marketing motive. You are just paid for the words .... and they do not involve any advertisement programs... If I am permitted to submit in hubpages ad program can i continue my work with the above mentioned webpages along with.
Yes - you can write for HubPages, but you need to have a Google Adsense account to earn from ads.
Yes you can write for as many other sites as you like in addition to HubPages; just make sure that anything you submit to HubPages is original and not also posted on any other site. Duplicated content is not allowed.
Just one thing to add to this: If you don't already have an AdSense account, you'll need to publish 25-30 articles on HubPages and THEN wait six months before applying for an AdSense account. If you apply earlier, you'll be rejected and will then have to wait another month to re-apply. This is the case for people who live in India and several other countries.
Thanks once again ... for this valuable information ... I was about to make an attempt to enroll Adsense...programs... and just delay to some reason...
I applied for Adsense after I had about 12 hubs published and it only took three weeks to get approved, maybe I was lucky.
by prosols 5 years ago
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by lyla 9 years ago
Because I'm from India?
by Feather Touch 8 years ago
Hi i am a Huber from India. I joined in hubpages before 5 weeks. I had applied for adsense for several times but it got rejected. I had seen in some forums that if an Indian wants get an approval from hubpages it is not easy, Is it true. They are saying Google will not approve any application from...
by Tariq Sattar 3 years ago
About a week before I resubmitted my application to get my Google sense activated. At the time of submission of my gmail, I was immediately told that my gmail already has an adsense account. It surprised me a great detail.I proceeded with the application though - and in couple of hours or so I was...
by Disillusioned 8 years ago
I have been writing at Howtodothings.com which, like Hubpages, shares 50% adsense ad revenue. This site has now stopped sharing this revenue with its members. I believe there is no official announcement to it. <snipped - no promotion of links in the Forums>CVR
by Sreejith k 6 years ago
Hello everyone I am from India and i am member of hubpages for more than one year. I had written many hubs but i am not getting my adsense acoount approved. Every time i submit they reject by saying "site doesnot comply with google policies". What should i do now?
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