I tried signing up for an AdSense account for my page, but they denied me saying that I had "Insufficent Content" on my hubs. What does that mean? How do I make my odds better of getting an AdSense account?
PLEASE, 2 hubs are too small to signup for adsense.
Please don't bother re-applying until you have at least 15 featured hubs. If you still fail, try again at 20 hubs.
You've received some great answers from other Hubbers. In general, you want at least 20-25 high-quality articles, and it's a good idea to wait about a month after you've written your first article to apply as well.
Insufficient - not enough
Content - stuff you wrote
You want to have three to four dozen Hubs that have been published for one to two months before you apply to AdSense. They only approve you if they see that you might make them money.
You have two Hubs that are less than 48 hours old. Only a few dozen more and you should be good to apply around the middle of March.
AdSense is not as easy to get approved as it once was. I didn't have any material years ago when I signed up but I was accepted. I still haven't made the payment threshold after 5 years...so make sure you have plenty of original hubs so you won't be like me-
Do you have a blog/website or YouTube channel?
If yes, sign up for Adsense with it and you'll get accepted quicker.
If he's already tried to do adsense here it's too late; he's locked in to HP. I'm sure you could contact Google and see what you can do, but that's what happened to me.
Actually wait, from my own experience this person is right. If you're okay with using another gmail account, and have content on YouTube, get applied for AdSense through there, as it's MUCH easier to do. Then you can link HP with that AdSense account and you're set!
I've also been hearing people say here and there that you want to wait some period of time - usually 4 -5 weeks - aand then try re-applying. I've read posts where people have had 15 HQ Hubs but were only two weeks in and they got rejected, but they waited a little while and were soon accepted.
I think I have to change the email that I am using for mine because I was denied as well thank you for the info
I appreciate everyone's advice on this subject. I'm working on my hubs that will posted in the upcoming weeks. Wish me luck. I wish you all luck on your endeavors.
Applying through youtube is the best and easiest way. I got mine through that way.
by yogeshsingh 11 years ago
Hi, i am an Indian and just want to know how many hubs does an Indian need to have to be selected for adsense. I know its not same for Indian as compared for an american.
by yogeshsingh 11 years ago
i still not able to make adsense account as they rejected it all the time. Can i know how many hubs i need to have to get selected for adsense or any advice from you on how to make hubs from which we can get selected for adsense.
by John Jason Hosac 7 years ago
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by Shadrack2 5 years ago
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by Nick Oon 3 years ago
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by Nimi 8 years ago
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