Adsense Program

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  1. Shadrack2 profile image46
    Shadrack2posted 3 years ago

    Hi good people. Is it possible to get Google adsense with less than 10 quality hubs. has anyone ever got it? Your response will be highly appreciated. Regards.

    1. Matthew Meyer profile image72
      Matthew Meyerposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Currently, it looks like they expect an account that is at least a month old (older from some countries) and at least 10 featured Hubs.

      The requirement in the past was less content it seems.

  2. Engelta profile image67
    Engeltaposted 3 years ago

    I think your account should be like 2 months old and all your hubs must be featured for better chances. Complete your bio profile too. Then request the Adsense. The validation of your account in the first round is done by robots. So they just simply check if your hubs are featured, if your content is original, and things like that. If you pass that, usually the answer comes in 4-5 days, there comes the second round: your account will be checked by humans. They check if your site is capable of driving traffic to the advertisement they will provide for your blog. Their answer usually comes in 10 days or even 15 days. Anyway, if you are accepted in the second round too, you will get your adsense code which will make adsense active in your settings, and then you will start earning.
    If you are not accepted, do not lose hope, send the request as many times as you like, but be careful to check your profile and do the necessary changes as Google advices you when it sends you the email of non-acceptance.

    1. Shadrack2 profile image46
      Shadrack2posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      thanks for this great reply. And how long should each hub be before you are accepted

  3. lyoness913 profile image88
    lyoness913posted 3 years ago

    This is wonderful information, thank you so much!


  4. Oka Benard Osahon profile image59
    Oka Benard Osahonposted 3 years ago

    Finally an answer to a question that has bugged me for a while. thank you.

  5. Asa2141 profile image80
    Asa2141posted 3 years ago

    Thank you Engelta! I was going to ask this same question until I read you comment!

  6. Chriswillman90 profile image96
    Chriswillman90posted 3 years ago

    Been noticing a lot of these questions regarding Adsense and content but it's great. Hopefully it means the community is getting more newcomers and quality writers because that's what Hubpages is trying to establish more so than ever.


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