Dear experienced Hubbers,
The first time I posted status like this, I was told that I need to at least wait for my hubs to age (2mons). I need to make 10 to 15 hubs.
I tried applying once again since I met the advice. However, I felt hopeless of the notification sent by google.
Before, the reason for an unapproved GAdsense application was insufficient content. So, I edited some of my
articles and made longer hubs.
Thinking that I met already the requirements for GAdsense, I applied again. However,the google review is not favorable for me. The notification states that the site did comply with Google policies.
What should I do? Please help me and check my hubs if they did not comply with G policies.
A big gratitude for you once again.
Don't lose hope yet.
What I'd advice you is to make sure that:
1. You have at least 20 featured hubs
2. Each hub is at least 800 words long
3. You have at least 150 words under each sub-heading
4. Each hub title is at least 3 words long.
These guys will eventually approve anyone who badly needs an account. Be ready to be someday suprised by a congraturatory Email from Adsense.
There are additional requirements for applications from some regions of the world.
AdSense requires that accounts from like India or the Philippines be active longer than 2 months.
I have heard 6-12 months before they will be approved.
I reviewed some of your Hubs and noticed that several of them consist primarily of lists, so it could also be related to their evaluation of your Hub content.
Please consult the rejection email from AdSense.
you know, it took me 6 months to get it approve. I managed to post 50 hubs then
I applied using a self-hosted website which is six months old. I was rejected once but got approved after being active. I only have 4 hubs. I have few posted articles on my website and I applied for Youtube partnership.
Firstly, I don't think 10 to 15 Hubs is enough. You need 20 or 30.
Second, where do you live? As Matt says, if you live in an Asian country you will have to wait 6 months before Adsense will even consider your application.
Thirdly, you have a "black underarm" Hub. There are plenty of scam websites and articles about dubious remedies for this problem, so Adsense may see that as a bad sign - I would unpublish it.
My educational hubs are long.The minimum word count is 1500 and the maximum is almost 3k. I think I met your list except for number 1. I have to work for it.
Thanks Maina for the encouraging message.
You only have 18 hubs and have been here for only 2 months. When I was approved, it was already my 10th month and had over 20 hubs. I say give it more time (and by that, A LOT of time).
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