Hi great people, once your first application for Google adsense via hubpages is rejected. Is there a chance that you will reapply for your adsense using your hubpages account?
Yes, there is. I tried a few times and was accepted when I had about ten hubs but I think it has got tougher to get acceptance. It also helps to have another website somewhere, which I did have.
We currently suggest at least 10 featured Hubs and an account that is at least a month old before applying for an AdSense account via your HubPages account.
Good to see this clarification from your end. I was telling people to start applying after 10 hubs. Now, I see I am not correct. Things have changed. But even then, I think the period for applying should be after 2 or 3 months and not after one month.
Yes, you get every opportunity, I think there is either a one or 3 month time limit before reapplying.
My rule of thumb is to apply after your total view count reaches 1000 views. That's how I was accepted onto the programme anyway. Of course, they don't actually tell you WHY you were accepted, I daresay there's a few factors they take into consideration other than just traffic. Like content type, for example.
I think you should at least have 10 blogs with good and lengthy content for being accepted to adsense. Even after 10 blogs, they take much time in accepting it. So, don't be worried.
Venkatachari M and can you reapply using your HP account once it it rejected?
May I say that the application for their account really shouldn't be made prior to having posted say 15 - 20 quality articles... Unless you are ok with their rejection. Part of the process for Google is to identify the 'value' of your chosen area of expertise or competency etc.
Really best to get your first batch of work up in a manner that can demonstrate to the big G that you are a quality writer writing quality hubs. I appreciate that demographically certain applicants are restricted to some degree, but then the points above really do become more relevant in the approval process. Get Published First, then apply, you'll be surprised at how much easier gaining an approval becomes. Bon Chance
I don't think 10 hubs is even enough anymore either. I had 20-25 before acceptance and had to reapply a couple more times after the first rejection.
But, I applied after 10 hubs and got my hubpages affiliate program accepted within some days. After that, I got my Google adsense account also with my economics blog site.
I applied in late January with around 10 hubs but got rejected. I wasn't accepted until nearly a month later with just over 20 hubs. I think depending on when you applied had a lot to do with it because they might have changed the qualifications for adsense not too long before I joined.
I tried to apply after posting my first Hub and that was when the quick help popped up saying I might want to wait till I had at least 10 quality hubs under my belt. I was going to get 10 out then try again. I don't mind the rejection as long as I know I'm on the right track with posting more. After reading these I'm definitely going to keep posting and then attempt to get in again. If at first you don't succeed, right?
Thanks for the info, everyone!
I applied for the first time a few weeks ago and got accepted within 2 hours. I had 11 hubs at the time but had written most of them a while ago and been a hubpages member for nearly a year. So maybe being a member for at least a few months is what made the difference.
May be. I joined hubpages on March lst and applied for adsense in September. Got approved by 20th Sept. or so.
I just wanna ask if the Author score has anything to do with getting accepted into Adsense?
No. But in a way, it does because it means you have high quality hubs which will naturally gain traffic. Traffic and content quality is the most important. Without good quality content there's no traffic, nobody will click the ads. You'd be no use to Google. I had 30 hubs before I was accepted onto Adsense. Really, I think the 1000 view count is enough but you need to sustain it, my view count has dropped so I need to promote myself more, I think.
But Google Adsense, as a separate company to HubPages, wouldn't be concerned of your hubscore per-say, more the data you'll find in Google Analytics. Mind you, I'm just guessing myself.
You do have another chance to make it on AdSense. You need to build up you hubs.
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