I have tried several times to link Google Adsense to my HubPages, but the ads still never show up on my hubs. I am seeing an error everytime I log into my Adsense account, and when I try to enable ads via their one-time approval process, the link just gets denied because they can't partner with HubPages. I don't know why this is happening (it's kind of weird). I have attached the screenshots of the errors.
It would be really great if anyone could help me out with this issue. I really don't have any way around this.
I have a feeling that your content is still insufficient for AdSense approval; however, you can find quick help here http://hubpages.com/help-answer/affilia … nse/assoc/
I keep having the same problem!!! I don't know anything about AdSense or any of it. very frustrating..
I guess we will have to wait until we have a substantial amount of hubs. I guess 10-15 high quality hubs , each ranging between 1000-1500 words would be great. I'm already seeing some results with just 7 hubs.
Also, Pinterest is a great way to attract regular traffic to your hubs (just saying).
Open the site, and activate your Adsense before and after linking with hubpages
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