As per the guide lines of Hub page editors, tips and tricks, I have created 10 featured hubs and applied for ad sense account. Ad sense disapproved my application stating that my website does not have enough content.
I have gone through my published pages and they have substantial content and worth readers attention.
Hug pages does not accept an article 'just like that'. What should I do next. Unless I complete ad sense configuration neither my ads program nor amazon program are complete on my hub page dash board. Will my discussion have a solution or is will it remain stalemate.
Because you reside in India, you need to publish 25 – 30 Hubs, THEN wait six months before applying for AdSense. If you continue to apply prematurely, you'll hurt your chances of being approved.
As you are from India you will not be accepted until your oldest hub is 6 months old, and you would be well advised to have at least 30 hubs. That is just how they are at Adsense. It is not within Hubpage's control.
Why a different treatment for Indians. I do not understand. Hub pages admin never informed me about this while finishing the 10 quality hubs.
The rules for how to be accepted for AdSense are set by GOOGLE, not by HubPages.
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