Hello! I have been a member on Hubpages for a year now and I have published 16 hubs. I applied for Adsense twice and got rejected due to 'insufficient content'. So till now I haven't earned a penny from Hubpages. Is there any other way except Adsense to earn from Hubpages? I am not being greedy here, but a little something would've been nice.
Hi Rafa. I would recommend you to create and upload a couple of videos on YouTube. Wait for a week, then apply to Google Adsense. They would approve it, within a week or so. I have lots of videos of my pets which are necessary to include in my hubs. So joining YouTube, I have my videos and an Adsense account too.
I had written only 1 or 2 hubs at that time. But applying from YouTube, Adsense approved my account.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
I might try that out! Never considered going that way, I too have a lot of videos of my dogs being naughty but nothing else worth uploading. Thanks for the suggestion!
If the reason given was insufficient content, we recommend trying again with 20-25 Featured articles.
Why in hurry.It may take a year or so to earn first pay out.Keep writing and be patient.
Best way to get an adsense account as far as I am aware is through youtube. Also, if you can post articles on google blogger and manage to get around 150 views for each article you post on it in a couple of days, there is a good possibility that you can get an account approved from blogger.
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