I have written more than 10 hubs that were approved as featured blogs on my profile, but each time I apply for the Google AdSense program I am getting rejected due to "insufficient content" and I've read that if you haven't been writing for more than six-months it can be difficult to get approved. I've also seen others having a similar problem, and then being advised to deactivate any passwords or login prompts.
I'm confused. Can somebody help?
AdSense wants over 20 hubs last time I looked; and that was awhile ago. I have no idea what they want these days.
That's interesting. I recently checked general criteria required in order to qualify for AdSense, and it just mentioned 10 well-written hubs (with an emphasis on the "well-written" part more so than the number of hubs). I have 11 featured hubs, and they're all of pretty decent length & content. I have been including polls & YouTube videos in most of them, but I'm not sure if that could be causing a problem?
I'd guess Matthew knows the latest. I would not remove youtube, etc. Add some more hubs and reapply after a month?
If it still says that is it very out of date. 20-25 is the minimum for most recent applications. But any guidance from this side is an educated guess. Adsense makes the decision and they are getting tougher and tougher.
Btw, I am reasonably certain Google loves one of my hubs solely because of a YouTube I just happened to stick in it. Live and learn.
Hi there - it took me about six months to get approved. So, stick with it, I'm sure it will happen for you soon too!
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