When I checked my Google AdSense account this morning, this is what I saw. Does it mean that my application was approved?
Mine was recently approved and this is the view I have also.
Check your emails. It looks like you're approved.
"Congratulations, your account is now fully approved." I'm shocked. But why can't I see Google AdSense ads in my articles?
Right now, I barely have 1 article because I'm editing the others who have been previously featured.
If you are participating in the HubPages ad program, you won't see many Adsense ads. There are two options, receive the majority of earnings via HP or Adsense. You can choose. Your choice affects the number of Adsense adds which appear.
If I were you, I wouldn't be worrying about any of this until I'd written a great many more hubs. At least 10 or 20.
Which from the two do you recommend Ma'am?
As I said, don't worry about it yet. It depends on your search traffic and the topics you write about. Some do better with Adsense, others with HP.
Currently, I am using Adsense. I switched about 3 months ago when traffic declined sharply. By switching, my earnings stayed the same as they were before. I might switch back soon, I'm not sure.
Thank you very much, Ma'am. I'll do my best to produce quality hubs. God bless.
I made the switch at about the same time and my earnings have tripled from what they were before.
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