I have been trying to get my ad sense approved. But due to some reason it has been rejected. reason?
I have been trying to get my google adsense id affiliated. But due to some reason it has been rejected 3 times. I have no idea as to what the reason maybe. Could someone please help me in resolving this issue and get it approved? The ads have already been placed on my hubs.
Those are not ads for you though, those are the ads that will earn HubPages money. There are many things that Google looks at for Adsense. Does your hub profile have original content? Does it have useful information that others would like to read? What are the lengths of that content? Have you applied multiple times? Perhaps if so you may already have an active account. Did you verify the link after applying? These are all things that could cause your Adsense to be rejected, among many other reasons.
After viewing your two created, I would suggest getting another three hubs fully created, and try again.
This link will take you to the Google Adsense Forums, and the words of Rejected Adsense already used. I hope this helps a bit
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … %3Ahl%3Den
Thanx jason. I will try as you have suggested. and i do hope that things clear out.
What is your address and location ? Google does have region-specific instructions. For indians and people from few other asian countries, they have a rule that the domain should be active for atleast 6 months before they approve it. I first applied for adsense for my blog 3 months back. That got rejected with this reason. As I understand, the same rule applies to my hubpages account as well. Irrespective of the traffic or my hub count, google would not approve my account till my profile is 6 months old.
However, if you are based out of US, then it is a simple job. You just need to have 5 or 10 original and quality hubs that follows their policies.
I find the policy quite discriminatory but i don't care much as I write only about things that I love and am not exactly eager to increase my hub count
Ads would anyway continue to appear in ur article because hubpages gets its revenue out of that. This is how they are able to give us free space to write !
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