None of us can really tell you why Google rejected you, but just from looking at your hubs so far, I can say that before you reapply, you should rewrite your hubs to be unique to HubPages. Google doesn't like copied content. You should also change your titles to remove the dashes and properly capitalize. Then, I'd knock out a some more high-quality, original hubs and give it at least a few weeks before reapplying.
I'm not an expert on why people get rejected from Adsense, but perhaps it's because all your hubs are about making money online?
Try writing some really good flagship hubs about general topics - your favourite football team or cooking or about a national park that is near you that hasn't got much coverage online etc. i.e. content that the net really doesn't have much of. Make the hubs at least 1000 words long, and rich in content and detail. Then reapply in a few weeks, using your hub profile as your webpage.
You might also wish to set up a free blog on Blogger.com (a Google product), and again, make the blog about something other than making money online. Write a good eight to nine posts over a couple of weeks (i.e. not all at once), and then perhaps reapply with the blog as your webpage.
Google are getting picky about who they accept, and they are particularly worried about "made for Adsense" pages. Therefore it's worth putting some effort into a non-financial topic just to establish that you write about other stuff too.
Hopefully a hubber who has experience in being rejected and then reapplying will pop on this thread to tell you how they did it.
by Mark McKeown 6 years ago
Hi AllI was delighted when my first Hub was accepted and published. After publication I applied for an Adsense account and subsequently received a standard looking email that told me that my application had been rejected. I was very disappointed by this outcome. Adsense did not give me any feedback...
by Steve Pardo 5 years ago
Help ! I have been rejected by Adsense twice. I dont understand why , I followed all the requirements I thought.I was able to get some more specific info from Google , they informed me I was rejected because the sites seems to be Under Construction ?and there for " because our crawlers were...
by Kim Milai 4 years ago
Hi All,Just wanted to give a heads up that I carefully prepared and edited 10 of my hubs, as per the instructions then applied for Adsense and I was soundly rejected the next day. I don't pretend to be the greatest writer but I am confident in my writing skills and reading appeal for the subjects I...
by Aparup Mukherjee 8 years ago
Please visit my hubs at the link given below and please...please...please tell me what's wrong with the hubs? http://hubpages.com/profile/e-traderAs you can see, all the 4 hubs are about food and contain nothing objectionable are as per Google Adsense Content Guidelines. But still, my application...
by Crystal Tatum 3 years ago
I was rejected from Google AdSense due to insufficient content.I've only posted one hub thus far, so that makes sense, I guess, but the rejection notification said I need more complete sentences on my site. I'm confused. I'm definitely writing in complete sentences! Can anyone advise? Thanks.
by Ambiga Jeyaratnaraja 5 years ago
Hi,I do not why Google is not approving my Adsense application. Am from India and I heard that people from India should wait minimum 6 months to apply for Adsense. Also they should have published minimum 10 hubs. I have done all these things. But when I apply to Adsense, am not getting approved....
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