Super frustrated with the Google Adsense sign-up. Without Adsense I am unable to sign up for any HubPage earning programs. I have been here a month now with 12 featured hubs but I am still getting denied. Do I have to wait 6 months within the United States? Any advice is helpful. Thanks
I think I had around 15 featured hubs when I was accepted...
Okay, that's helpful. May I ask how long you were a hubpages member when you were approved?
About 10 months. I started out last year, and then just ran out of time to write anything. After my first hub this year (about 2 months ago) I applied again and got it.
You won't have to wait 6 months, but as you've only been with HubPages for 4 weeks, you'll still have to wait a bit longer - maybe another month or two. And you also need a few more Hubs. 12 isn't enough these days. I'm not speaking from experience as I already had an Adsense account when I joined, I'm just repeating what others have said here (it's a very commonly asked question).
When I joined last year, I had 10 featured hubs within 2 months and got accepted in November, when I started earning money. Now it's different and changed.
vetadu, stop spamming these comemnts about Google earnings. It has nothing to do with Hub Pages.
All right, very helpful everyone. I admit I'm super anxious to get the ball rolling. I was excited to reach over 1,000 views today and I really want to be included in the earnings program. Patience!
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