Google said having a hub page increased the chances of acceptance. Should I just sign up first?
Should I write a Hubpage first before signing up with Google. Will that increase my chances for acceptance?
Not sure about the part you say "Google said.."
Yes, generally you will need some content in order to apply for adsense and get approved soon. Apply for adsense after to design your profile page look good with some description and some well-made hubs.
Thank you so much for answering my question. I agree that having some content first is the best way to go. I did get a response from someone who said I didn't need any content, and that may be true, but I would suspect that having content makes it more likely that a person will be approved on Adsense.
Write a few good hubs and them apply. Even having a blog will help. Hubpages is probably an easier way.
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