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I've been a hubber for three months. With five hubs. Why can't I get on Adsense?
I have requested to subscribe to Adsense for several times after publishing a hub. Each time, I get no response. Now, it's the same thing after my fifth hub. What do I have to do ?
From my experience helping other new writers you still have, on average, another 3 months to go before Google will let you into the sandbox. Then it could take another period before they will take your work seriously.
Hang in there, you will make it.
I know the problem you're having. Google can be wierd like that.
Try setting up a simple blogger blog and put atleast 3 posts on it. Wait a week and then submit your blogger blog for adsense approval.
Once it's approved you can simply copy your adsense code to your Hubpages account.
Hope this helps
You need to have your own webpage for at least 6 months to start with adsense.
It might be tricky to get the account varified on a hubpage (code implementation),
Keep us posted how it works out!
First you may want to take a look on Adsense Blog for reference - http://adsense.blogspot.com/2007/09/bef … sense.html
Make some more unique and fresh hub.
Apply for Adsense from your Hubpages account, my account > Earnings > configure Adsense
The full details is mentioned on hubpages learning center - http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/1-2- … gs-adsense
I say that people must keep trying. I know people who have tried multiple times and finally got what they wanted
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