I applied for Google adsense and quickly got rejected because of having "insufficient content". I only have 10 articles as was reading that you may need to have 15 or more to be approved. Any suggestions would be appreciated? Also, in the meantime, is there other ways to monetize my hubs? Or should I just wait to be accepted by Google?
Thanks for you help...
I can see you reside in the US, write more hubs and reapply after five weeks. Yes you can make money here without AdSense account; apply for Amazon Associate account and use Amazon capsules in your hubs to display Amazon products ...follow this link for more http://hubpages.com/help-answer/affilia … t-adsense/
Follow these steps and you will get AdSense-
1. Create an account in YouTube and upload an 'original' video.
2. After the video is published, apply for AdSense (See that the video is monetized, i.e. the video must be original)
3. After AdSense approves, link that e-mail id to your HP profile and connect to AdSense.
4. Hoorah! You got AdSense.
We suggest applying for AdSense once your account is as least a month old and has at least 10 featured Hubs. Some regions look like they want an account to be 6 month old or older (India, Pakistan, Philippines, etc.)
I would aim for 20-25 hubs before reapplying as that seemed to work for me. I too got rejected a couple times when I had 10 and then 15 hubs.
Same here I have 12 hubs now applied at 10 but rejected so now I am waiting and see if I get accosted after few more hubs. About Amazon associate program I checked with that too but came to know that it is not available for the residents of few states and I live in one of those states so will have to wait for Adsense to apply for Amazon earnings too
You folks think 10 published hubs can't get one approved by adsense?
I will prove it can.I have 8 featured hubs.2 more hubs to publish,after which I apply for Adsense with my 10 hubs.
Are we ready?
by felishiyafiamma 2 years ago
Hi Hubbers, I checked my account yesterday on August 20, 2016 and to my surprise the Google Adsense has approved my application. It is hardly even two months, when I signed up.
by TimMEy 7 years ago
How long did it take your Google Adsense Account to be verified? Or why has it been rejected?
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