My GOOGLE ADSENSE! account is not approved still. What shall i do?
Mmmm. My Google account has been shut down during my holidays. They don't give a reason. They simply do what they want to do.
Better look for another source of income.
Getting adsense acceptance is nothing but a formality. It`s content that brings dollar$. It seems you have so far written only two hubs. So Google is not convinced yet. Post more hubs. Or create a blog site under blogspot.com.
YOu have to wait for six months or less depending on the quality of your hubs earning potential. Apply for Amazon and work on it, it has got good earning potential. Anyway it does take atleast four months or more for adsense earnings to start , so make the best use of this time to work on good hubs. best wishes!
It took over a week for my account to be approved. As long as you have confirmation from google that they are processing your application, then you should focus on adding more content to your site. Don't worry, you are not missing any $$ right now because you don't have enough content to make any $$. Focus on the content and when your adsense account is approved you will be in a better position to make $$.
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