I wanted to know if there is any specific requirement and limit to the number of hubs, that a person must fulfill, in order to get accepted under the Google Adsense program. Thanks.
Some authors are able to get approved with as few as 10 Hubs, but we recommend shooting for at least 15-20 because you will have a much better chance of being accepted. It's also a good idea to wait until your oldest Hub is at least 1 month old (in the U.S. - for users in some countries outside the U.S. there is a mandatory 6 month waiting period). Google likes to see that you have been an established writer for a little while before granting approval. Unfortunately, we can't really be more specific because Google doesn't disclose the factors that go into the approval process.
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