I applied google adsense id through hubpages affiliates. But google adsense asks me to wait for 6months. What shall I do now?
You are going to have to wait 6 months.I think the economy has put a crimp on earnings as of late also.
Wait another 3 months and that will make it 6.
Neither Blogger Nor Hubpages worked for my younger brother. Google is getting tougher now. You have no option but to wait for at least 6 months and still there is no guarantee that your application will be approved. The best way to get approved is to host your own website with few good and original pages and apply for adsense after 6 months. You also have to give the REAL contact details (Name, address and Tel No) when your register your Domain.
Create a new account and apply for a new one.
Try opening a Blogger account and applying for an adsense account through them (they are owned by google). Worked for me...
And if you can't get adsense approval, at least for now, try other affiliate programs.
You can use Amazon and Ebay on HP, but on your own blogs you have more choice. The only thing is that your blog might also have to be a minimum age before they consider accepting you.
This goes the same for blog directories, etc.
You could also create a corporation and use it to apply for a new account, preferably with your own domain.
honestly though blogger works. When I found out about adsense I made a blogger blog about my favorite sports team, posted 10 entries that were around 250 words each and completely original and applied. 3 days after I started that blog I had adsense accepted.
There are so many conflicting stories about applying to adsense which make everything very confusing. There are so many different answers to even the most basic questions (and the official information to be found on Google's adsense pages seem to be not perfect clear and straightforward as well). It seems that Google changed its policy recently.
Existing google adsense members (whith a valid account) should post the time when they got approved. That would be quite very helpful since what worked one year ago needs not to work today anymore.
Concerning this 6-months rule: I have read (on a webmaster forum) that this rule is only applied to certain nations/regions. But this might be a fama as so many other statements about google adsense as well.
Well he has been given the best bit of advice that he could be given by me and another poster. Apply through Blogger, I have never known this to fail.
Google own Blogger, Google own Adsense, priority is given to their own corps.
I set up a blogger account, applied for adsense within 2 hours (with just 2 blog posts), came straight on here and inserted my adsense ID.... and have never been back to my blog. This took a total of less than 24 hours.
It was at the end of June this year.
This is really interesting since there is information on the net that Google changed its policy towards its very own blogger during this spring. Specifically Google says now that it is necessary to apply via own self-hosted domains and not via free hosted blogs a la blogger (this may not be the case with Hubpages since this might be a special case for Google). Anyway the information is really contradicting concerning the approval process.
I had used affiliate programs for a while but just got into adsense like 2-3 months back and used blogger to get the account going.
anyways me and ryankett have spoken on this issue. Maybe blogger doesn't work now, maybe it does.
I've been told for places such as India it is a bit harder as with the U.s. where the blogger method practically never fails.
try asking on forums.digitalpoint.com and going to the adsense section for more info.
try to make a blogger account or flixya and post 5 or more blogs.
I tried with my one and half years old domain and they rejected the application saying the domain ownership not verified i pasted the mail they provided to one of new page in that domain as per their advice, but still they rejected saying domain not verified.
If i apply through hubpages can i use the publication id for my other websites?
I would wait the 6 months , in the meantime you can setup your sites and hubs and get them aged. If you are really desperate you could incorporate a company and apply with that.
Here's what the Adsense help guides say:
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=75109
"In some locations, including China and India, we also require publishers to have owned their sites for 6 months. We've taken this step to ensure the quality of our advertising network and protect the interests of our advertisers and existing publishers."
As every one talking i did exact the same way last time with my 1.5 year old domain and every thing was perfect and they said domain cannot be verified.. even after i put the domain confirmation mail in to one of my web page as directed by google.. now am waiting for next reply after re applied for the program..
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