i still not able to make adsense account as they rejected it all the time. Can i know how many hubs i need to have to get selected for adsense or any advice from you on how to make hubs from which we can get selected for adsense.
I don't know what criteria does Google follow for approving adsense a/c. Probably I was lucky enough to get approved with only one hub published. There are hubbers who haven't been able to get the approval even after writing 6-7 hubs. Have patience. You'll get thru.
Websites submitted for Adsense A/c from India and China are strictly monitored and they have a rule to go with.,i.e., the website has to be online for atleast 6 months.
You can read this on their Adsense account page.
AdSense is the google affiliate program. You can sign up for it through hubpages and if accepted, you can make money from the ads Google places on your hubs.
Hey, thanks for responding on my post. Can i know something more about adsense. I does my internet searching and found it really attractive for adsense.
Can you tell me how much minimum hubs i should have or how to write my hubs.
If you're going to apply, you should have a decent amount of hubs to start with. Maybe at least five or more and make sure all of your personal info is filled out and correct on your hub profile (email, real name, etc.) It doesn't matter what type of hubs rally...though short poetry or nonsense hubs won't look too good to Google. Make sure the hubs you do have up when u apply are a good length and include pictures/videos. The better your hubs look, the more likely you'll get approved. If you're not sure how to do it, check out some older hubbers and see what the majority of their hubs look like.
You must have an Adsense account to earn money at HubPages.
It sounds like you have a lot to learn. I suggest you start out by re-reading the guide to HubPages and the Help screen, and also search for Hubs on how to use HubPages, Adsense, and making money online.
You can't possibly learn all you need to know on the forums just by asking questions!
Yogeshsingh, with only three hubs, it's not surprising you are being rejected.
how much time one wait for applying in adsense after joining in hub page as one have no adsense account ??
waiting for your favorable response
thanks in advance
It is possible to be accepted with one hub--happens all the time. But if you don't want to risk getting turned down, it doesn't hurt to have more
Google has been getting really strict on who they accept and don;t accecpt. alot of times they turn down new accounts becuase of length of time you should keep posting hubs for at least 3 months and then try again. or start a blog and submit that in three months then you can use your publisher account on hub pages as well
Yeah, I don't remember if I had any hubs published when I got my account. Probably just one if any.
I think i had three or four hubs and my account got sanctioned the very same day i applied....
i recently register with adsense and i have only 3 hubs.i register on hubpage before one week ago. can i approved?
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