How many days need to getting adsense

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  1. Qcbloggingtips profile image60
    Qcbloggingtipsposted 4 years ago

    recently i applied for adsense to my blog [snipped], now it's showing under review , how many days need to getting full approval, already i passed 1 day, as google says it's need more than 2 days, but i want to know from who have experience before.

    1. Christy Kirwan profile image93
      Christy Kirwanposted 4 years agoin reply to this


      For some countries your content must be at least 6 months old before you can get AdSense approval. You'll also need about 20-25 high-quality blog posts of about 800 words or more, which follow all of the AdSense Guidelines.

  2. Barack James profile image93
    Barack Jamesposted 4 years ago

    You reside in Bangladesh which is in Southern Asia: Unfortunately, Google AdSense time rule applies in your Country. Normally, you'll need to apply for Adsense when your site/blog is six months old if you reside in Asian Countries. Just keep on posting quality content and re-apply after six months.

  3. Uzochukwu Mike profile image63
    Uzochukwu Mikeposted 4 years ago

    As I viewed your site, i noticed your posts are clean. Approval reply by adsense after applications can take up to a week. In Addition, since you are from asia, your site is supposed to be owned for six months.

    If it is up to that and no approval after application, consider using youtube monetization method or you can try when not up to that months. make 3 short videos (maybe speech or guide using your computer web cam) of about 3 minutes each and upload them and monetize.
    After, you will be required to fill another form if you have blog.

    1. Marisa Wright profile image95
      Marisa Wrightposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      If someone has already submitted an application with Hubpages, they cannot cancel that and apply with Youtube.

  4. Mickji profile image76
    Mickjiposted 4 years ago

    I also tried to apply for the monetization and the adsense. To do that on YouTube you need to "apply for the YouTube Partner Programme" but I never got any reply from them.... Is it sure that this monetization thing works? Because I feel like only people who did it in the past can now continue it.

    1. Uzochukwu Mike profile image63
      Uzochukwu Mikeposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      @ Mickji, the Adsense ID I am using now on Hubpages is the one I generated after monetization of my youtube videos. I applied and got that on December 2013, when I tried applying with my hubpages sub-domain severally through hubpages and I failed. It is working and it worked for me. Unless if your country is not approved for youtube video monetization, that will be a different case all together. Follow the instruction I gave you above. Youtube is a google product and they respect their products well.

      As I said before, when they approve your veideos for monetization, they will tell you to fill one time application form if you have blogs which you want to monetize. When you do that, they will send you approval message that they have approve you with publisher ID given to you. With that, you can now copy the adsense code into your website or blog.

      Another advice I can give to you is to change the email address you have been using to apply when they continued denying you. At times the automated machine usually mark the email that applies always.

      @ Marisa Wright, it seems you misunderstood me, with one adsense submission to Hubpages their is no need for applying the second time if you received approval from Adsense after the submission through Hubpages. With one Publisher ID, you can use it any other place. But when you are failed after application through Hubpages, then that is when I advice you make a try through Youtube. What matters here is that you are given publisher ID by Google Adsense. If you got it by filling one time form after success in through youtube, them you can link the email you used to hubpages through earnings>external affiliate settings>configure.

      1. Mickji profile image76
        Mickjiposted 4 years agoin reply to this

        I also tried it in 2013 but I haven't got any reply. After that I updated my website seriously and started HubPages.Now I publish regurally on those 3 and I want to connect them in a single AdSense account...So, is it better for us to create many e-mails in order to be accepted for monetization? I was also thinking to change the settings and say that I live in another country, because it's unfair that only some places can do this sad Do you think it will work ?

  5. Marcy Goodfleisch profile image95
    Marcy Goodfleischposted 4 years ago

    Just a note - HubPages is generally not thought of as a blog site - the writing styles for blogs and hubs are quite different.  At least, that's my take based on HP's past policies.

    1. Mickji profile image76
      Mickjiposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Blogs are  only website with many entries, these can be the personal life of someone or teaching methods about a specific argument. Recipes can also be considered a blog, so HubPages is itself a blog but a serious one which tries to teach to every reader something good and with quality. It can be done if the owner put a good effort in it, so HubPages will be active and with fresh content too smile.


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