I have 28 hubs, can I apply to google adsense?

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  1. jackiewilliam profile image60
    jackiewilliamposted 14 years ago

    is it possible for me to pass?

    1. frogdropping profile image79
      frogdroppingposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Questioned answered ... you'll be fine smile

      1. jackiewilliam profile image60
        jackiewilliamposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        thank you, we will try

    2. futurenetads profile image62
      futurenetadsposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I think  u can apply for adsense account

    3. prettydarkhorse profile image55
      prettydarkhorseposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      yes I think so..

    4. profile image0
      cosetteposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      go for it. good luck!

    5. double_frick profile image59
      double_frickposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      i'm confused.
      as soon as  i made one hub i was accepted by google adsense, haven't made over $10 yet, but i've made more than $1.

      if i don't make an "acceptable" amount before long am i going to get kicked off adsense? whats the deal with people not getting approved??

      1. Ivorwen profile image64
        Ivorwenposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        You will be fine.  I have had AdSense for almost a year now.  I have not yet made pay out, but there has been no dire consequences.  Produce quality, and be happy.  smile

      2. mailxpress profile image52
        mailxpressposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        I never heard of anyone getting kicked off for not generating revenue.  It took me years to understand Adsense before I started earning anything. 

  2. NaomiR profile image76
    NaomiRposted 14 years ago

    It should be. I was accepted with only one or two hubs. Good luck.

    1. profile image52
      smk1234posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      How do you put the google adsense ad's in the hubs?

      1. Marisa Wright profile image89
        Marisa Wrightposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        You don't, HubPages does.  You just paste your affiliate ID in your account page.

  3. starme77 profile image78
    starme77posted 14 years ago

    shouldnt be a problem - I applied with just one liitle ol website and that was fine

  4. relache profile image72
    relacheposted 14 years ago

    Many of your Hubs have extremely awkward phrasing and grammar, as though the articles came from an online translator.  Quality counts to AdSense, not just quantity so you might actually want to work on that before you apply.

    1. articleposter profile image60
      articleposterposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Very Good point, thanks for posting this up. No wonder your hub score is 100

    2. rmcrayne profile image91
      rmcrayneposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I was very interested in the OP's question.  I have not yet applied for affiliates.  I read from Lissie before I ever published, to write hubs 6 months, and have additional web presence like a blog.  I don't have a blog or other web presence.  I have 23 hubs.  I'm confident in the quality.  I have over 2200 page views, about 45% from HubPages and 55% from google, yahoo, arthritis forums etc. My older hubs are now showing 5* for time spent viewing page.  Most hubs (not recipes) show 3* for earning potential.  I figure I can always go back and optimize keywords, but have thus far prioritized writing hubs.  Other veteran hubbers say it takes hubs 4-6 months to really be found by search engines.  SO I have not yet applied for affiliates.  Thoughts?

      1. deartfuldodger profile image60
        deartfuldodgerposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        You should have applied on day one, it doesnt hurt to try.Yes, you are more likely to be accepted with a couple of hubs but it has nothing to do with time. ePn seems to have been difficult lately but you would have already been an amazon and adsense affiliate by now

        The 6 months number is only accurate with certain regions, India, china and a few others that are noted on the application

        If you are not from those regions than the information you received was patently wrong

        1. bulmabrief profile image67
          bulmabriefposted 13 years agoin reply to this

          It's true that Google has more strict control on applications from some of the above regions, besides the region factor, I think you should give it a try!

      2. Save a Quid profile image59
        Save a Quidposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        I've heard before that it takes months for your hub to be picked up by the search engines. My experience is very different. My fastest page one listing was 40 minutes from publication. The keyword phrase was fairly long tail but still showed strong searches on Google's keyword tool- however, it was a wetpaint site not a hubpage.
        I published my most recent hub last night and within 52 minutes it was on page two.
        The real 'tell' of this comment is that if you research your keyword phrase and build your linking structure well, you should get page one listings pretty quickly.

      3. Marisa Wright profile image89
        Marisa Wrightposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        I also think you've waited too long.  I think Google slapping a six-month waiting period on Indian and Asian bloggers triggered undue anxiety in everyone else, because from what I can see, Western writers are still getting approved with a short track record.

    3. jackiewilliam profile image60
      jackiewilliamposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      thank you, I will modify them carefully

    4. jackiewilliam profile image60
      jackiewilliamposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      while the truth is that I did not use a translator, thank you for your reply.

  5. andromida profile image58
    andromidaposted 14 years ago

    I got ad sense approval when I had only one hub.smile

    1. rmcrayne profile image91
      rmcrayneposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Did you have any other web presence?  Blog, website etc?

  6. Flightkeeper profile image68
    Flightkeeperposted 14 years ago

    I think you shouldn't wait to apply for adsense.  The more time goes by the more lost opportunities to earn.  It doesn't hurt to apply.  All they can do is say no.

  7. Cindy Says profile image61
    Cindy Saysposted 13 years ago

    Apply.  You have waited much too long.  I think the easiest way to get an adsense account is to start a blog on Blogger, post regularly for a week or so, then apply.  Google owns Blogger, and they seem to process blogger accounts more quickly.  You are only allowed to have one adsense account, so once you have one from Blogger, you use it on all your sites.  However, if you have been on here for a while, you might as well apply based on your hubpages.

    1. Dale Mazurek profile image63
      Dale Mazurekposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Blogger is the way to go.  I have had my adsense for a long time but my son wanted to get an account.  He built a blog through blogger, posted about 5 posts and applied to adsense and got approved.  This was all in a matter of less than 2 hours.

    2. mymagicview profile image67
      mymagicviewposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      100% agree! I want to say the same thing!

  8. beth811 profile image77
    beth811posted 13 years ago

    When I wrote my first three hubs, I applied for google adsense. Within a week, it was accepted.

  9. Csjun89 profile image61
    Csjun89posted 13 years ago

    I applied for an adsense account over my blog, it was accepted in a day
    I'm not too sure for hubs however

    1. jackiewilliam profile image60
      jackiewilliamposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      thank you. I determine to open an blog and  try it again

      1. akrami profile image61
        akramiposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Mr. Jackie will you please tell, me when were yourblog was accepted? i.e. how many months have passed since then?  I am asking this question because, I heard that google have stopped to accept adsense application from blogs. Is it right?

        1. jackiewilliam profile image60
          jackiewilliamposted 13 years agoin reply to this

          ok, the point is that I will open a blog in blogger.com, many people tell me it is very easy to get an adsense account through blogs in blogger.com , but I never tried. May you succeed.

          1. akrami profile image61
            akramiposted 13 years agoin reply to this

            Dear Jackie Thanks for the reply. I have already to apply for Google’s adsense account through blogger.com; however, despite several efforts I couldn’t be succeeded in it.   That’s why I was asking. 

            Will you please tell me through which blog service you applied for the adsense account?, since  I have heard that Google accept either an independent website for approve adsense application or through it’s own blogging service, i.e. bloggger.com.  Recently I read somewhere on the web that Google has stopped to approving Google application of blogger.com also and it only approves an independent website.

            1. jackiewilliam profile image60
              jackiewilliamposted 13 years agoin reply to this

              actually I donot know which blog is the best to apply to adsense except blogger.com. Many people told me that it is possible to use blogger.com, I said that I would have a try, means that I did not succeed yet. I want to use hubpages, I hope I can gat an account by hubpages.

              1. sivapotturi profile image58
                sivapotturiposted 13 years agoin reply to this

                ya google now stopped giving adsense accounts to blogger.com.It pass a rule which your blog is 6 months continued after then will give adsense to blogs. Now it is also changed and u have domain with ur own. so dont wait for adsense for blogs

                1. Marisa Wright profile image89
                  Marisa Wrightposted 13 years agoin reply to this

                  That's not true.

                  However, if you live in India, you have to maintain a site for at least 6 months before you can apply, whether it's a blog or a website with your own domain name.

  10. Pr0metheus profile image58
    Pr0metheusposted 13 years ago

    I think you should be able to pass.  I applied when only my windows 7 hub was up (which is pretty detailed and decently written).  Just make sure you go into detail when you talk about how you're going to push traffic to your hub.  If adsense thinks you've got a good strategy for attracting traffic they're more likely to accept you (at least from what I've read).  Good game plan = good game.

    1. rmcrayne profile image91
      rmcrayneposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      So what is a good answer to the "business plan" question from AdSense and eBay?

      1. akrami profile image61
        akramiposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Thanks yourmcrayne for your kind information.

  11. blaise25 profile image77
    blaise25posted 13 years ago

    boy, I'm sure if you've reach this reply, you applied already. lol

    Good luck for the result!

  12. Mark Knowles profile image59
    Mark Knowlesposted 13 years ago

    If your hubs are as useless as your interaction on the forum - they are not worth checking. wink

  13. mountainlifter profile image60
    mountainlifterposted 13 years ago

    Good luck to you all

  14. Rehma Jamshed profile image60
    Rehma Jamshedposted 13 years ago

    Ofcourse you can! My account was activated with only one hub!
    Good Luck!!

  15. Carol the Writer profile image69
    Carol the Writerposted 13 years ago

    I was accepted after only one hub - my hub of Space Shuttle retirement. Good luck.

  16. analyst2004 profile image58
    analyst2004posted 13 years ago

    the answer is yes lol didn't think u needed that man, i thought 1 will do lol

  17. soni2006 profile image78
    soni2006posted 13 years ago

    Yes why not?????

  18. successfulblogger profile image60
    successfulbloggerposted 13 years ago

    You should be just fine.

  19. mel22 profile image60
    mel22posted 13 years ago

    i applied , was accepted with e-mail, and had my code pasted all within two hours off only one hub. if they don't accept you then somethings wrong.

  20. AdsenseStrategies profile image63
    AdsenseStrategiesposted 13 years ago

    You normally don't need much to get an account. I think I had a Blogspot blog, and that was it. Maybe go there and start one of those for a few days (blogger.com) to be sure, then you should be fine.

    1. Siotosh profile image61
      Siotoshposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      A Gmail account and a Blogger is surely the best way to go

  21. Mouche profile image64
    Moucheposted 13 years ago

    You do not even have to have a hub to get approved by google. I applied for AdSense before I had written one hub.
    Furthermore, I agree with what many people have stated here before: it is not the number of hubs that count in order to make any money from Google but the quality of your hubs and the popularity of your subjects.
    Also, mymagicview has got a very good point stating that it might be a good idea to start with a blog on Blogger, because then you are already known to Google who owns both AdSense and Blogger!
    Good luck to you!
    You have got interesting subjects and photos, but you should work on your texts. Most people are here to write and read, not only to see your wonderful pictures!

  22. G Miah profile image78
    G Miahposted 13 years ago

    You already have some helpful answers, and i got accepted with only 8 hubs, but applied when i had 3. The more i wrote and understood hubpages, the more quality was added in my hubs.

  23. sms-appel-gratis profile image60
    sms-appel-gratisposted 13 years ago

    i am asking if it is necessery to have more than one hub to apply to adsense because i did it just with one please telle if there is any risk on mu ads account

  24. OregonWino profile image59
    OregonWinoposted 13 years ago

    You should get approved as long as you have at least one good, quality hub.  Remember that Google is only looking at the URLs that you have submitted. 

    I got approved with my first hub and I think that is the case with most people.  Just make sure that you do not publish until you actually have something finished.

  25. writer83 profile image57
    writer83posted 13 years ago

    Yes - the best way to be approved for adsense is a blogger account with a few good articles on there. God it takes long enough to get the first $100 payout so you should start from now !

  26. efeguy profile image41
    efeguyposted 13 years ago

    what are you waiting for?

    you don't need hubs to get Google ad sense,a blog is ok,the hubs will serve as a link to your blogs.

    so you are more than qualify to apply.

  27. bluesky4real profile image60
    bluesky4realposted 13 years ago

    i started blogging less than 3 months ago and i already have Google ads on my blog. Its better to start early and work on the traffic than wait till u have 1000 followers.

  28. KeithTax profile image73
    KeithTaxposted 13 years ago

    I think you should apply for Google Adsense as soon as possible. You should work on your hubs. They read rough. You want to create clean hubs that get traffic and that people will want to continue reading.

  29. dyesebel10 profile image64
    dyesebel10posted 13 years ago

    You'll be fine.. go go go

  30. PMS9 profile image66
    PMS9posted 13 years ago

    from only one hub I tried i get result rejected and in third time again tried and I got Approved.
    Check you traffic to your hubs if having good traffic then apply
    Good Luck!!

  31. bluesky4real profile image60
    bluesky4realposted 13 years ago

    You can apply for it. Good luck.

  32. Dreamz025 profile image60
    Dreamz025posted 13 years ago

    Hey did you got approval for adsense????

  33. IntimatEvolution profile image68
    IntimatEvolutionposted 13 years ago

    I was accepted with no hubs.  Surely you'd be fine now.


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