Hi guys! am a new hubber from india, and need some help from my fellow hubbers. i already posted for guidance in hubbing and got a great help from other hubbers...tanx for that..now am facing a new problem...i craeted a dummy blog for creating an adsense account and google rejected my application twice...i don kno wat 2 do..am not so gud in blogging...can anyone help me out? can anyone lend me thier dummy blogs to get a google adsense account...am desoerate 4 a google adsense account..plz help...
I'm confused what you mean by "dummy blogs".
this is wat i get the sign up button,but i dont get any mail from google in mail id....
Make Money On HubPages With Google AdSense
We can sign you up for a new Google AdSense account with the information you've already given us, or we can link your existing AdSense account to HubPages.
This allows us to display ads on your behalf in 60% of the impressions on your hubs. It's easy, and it's important. AdSense is one of the main ways people make money on HubPages.
No thank you, I'll sign up for AdSense later.
Making money online probably isn't the right thing for you then.
But i think am gud enough in hubbin 2 earn money tru hub pages....
Given the quality of the written English you just used above, I think you've got a long way to go before you are able to create Hubs that Google thinks are ad-worthy.
Just Follow THIS. It provides all the necessary information. You can apply for Adsense Thru Hubpages.
Did you follow these directions precisely?
i ddin't get any mail at all from google..i checked in spam folder also...????
hi guide..tanx for ur reply...but i hav already read dat page....the problem is am not gettin any mail from google....if i set up the account manually ,wat url am i supposed 2 give for hubpages wen i sign up?
Yes click on your profile page here copy the URL there and use that. Also check that the email they send does not go in your junk folder in your email. If I can do it you can too...
I guess you have found the solution by now. In just 2 weeks and with only 7 Hubs your score is 90 which is fantastic. I am sure you will learn very quickly and will go a long way.
Good Luck !
OK...if you have a few hubs it will make it more likely that google will accept you. Make sure the info you provided HubPages with (address, email, etc.) is correct and click on the link HubPages offers in the affiliates section to set up your acct. It will take you to the form which you will fill out and send. Google will review it and send you a response within 5 days usually. Sometimes it takes longer, sometimes quicker. Check your junk email often to make sure it hasnt gone in there.
You may be accepted or rejected. If you are accepted, you will get a code which you will then place in the affiliate box on HubPages. If you are rejected, wait a few months and try again.
It helps when signing up for affiliates to have all of your infromation filled out in your profile section on HubPages. It also helps to have a few real hubs already on your page as well.
hey guys..tanx for ur help...finally i found out why i had trouble with accessing goole adsense page....i was using adblock in my mozilla browser....dat y wasn able 2 view the google sign up page...
hey guys ..tanx a lot to everyone...my adsense account got sanctioned today itself....
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