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According to my knowledge.. to get Google Adsense configured one needs to have at least 15 to 20 hubs published successfully. Now I have 18 hubs and should be having 20 by the end of this week ( as i am on the verge of completing those two hubs and publishing them). But When i am trying to configure adsense it rejects my application stating insufficient contents. I have no idea as to why I get that reason for rejection. Can anyone shed some light on it?
Siva, I saw this advice on another forum, "wait until your account is at least a month old as well as having 15 or more articles. I don't know of anyone who has been approved with ten hubs within the last two years or so. If you're not approved at one month/15 hubs, wait and try again at 6 or 8 weeks and 20 articles."
I tried after 2 months and 18 hubs John. But still got this rejection. I will try after a month again with a few more hubs in my kitty. Anyways thanks for the update.
Are you following the application rules for your home country? Google does not apply the same standards to users in the USA and abroad.
I didn't do that. I suppose I missed that. Thanks Rae. I will check it out.
As Relache mentioned, Google AdSense has different requirements for some countries.
They require an account from India or China be at least 6 months old.
It does not matter which platform you use, including your own web site, India is one of the countries where Google Adsense requires the six months.
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