Hi, i am an Indian and just want to know how many hubs does an Indian need to have to be selected for adsense. I know its not same for Indian as compared for an american.
simple i tried adsense on same hubs of different account being an american and they accepted it but now i have better hubs and they rejected it.
Thats strange, Me being an Indian too, i did get accepted after 2 unsuccessful attempts, primarily because I entered the address as www.hubpages.com instead of http. Then i followed up and they finally accepted. I dont think so they have diff laws for diff countries.
Here it is, at least the 5th time you have asked the same question. As you have been told again and again, only Adsense can help you.
"simple i tried adsense on same hubs of different account being an american and they accepted it but now i have better hubs and they rejected it." Does this mean you have another account? You are only allowed one AdSense account.
Actually adsense takes time to get approved. I was waiting for the adsense account from past 6 months. I wrote many hubs atlast. I signed using hubpages got approved. Just wait and post good hubs and more traffic. I am Indian. Through hubpages is the easiest way to go.
thanks for replying, i just have only one doubt that will i need to apply from the same email id or i need to change it everytime i get disapproved. Also, shall i need to sign up from hubpages or directly though google adsense for my hubs.
Thanks, i am very hopeful
that you can help me.
How did you do it last time?
And why do you need a second Adsense account?
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