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Did anyone get approved by adsense straight after their first hub?
Sorry to add to the torrent of anti-adsense/confused questions but I was rejected after applying for my adsense account for my first Hub. I haven't yet received an e-mail from Google but I assume since I wrote everything myself in my hub, then this rejection means I need to write more hubs before applying for an account?
Nope. I remember there being a certain amount of time required on Hubpages to be applicable for Adsense. try applying for it once you've written more Hubs, and you've had at least 6 months on the site...
I have not been on hubpages for 6 months so I can't confirm that, but I have had a lot of traffic in my short time on here and I waited for a bit and mine finally activated.
I believe I was approved after a few hubs. It was within the first month.
yes, check out my one hub that is the only one I still have published and Yes I have been approved by google adsense.
It took me 5 hubs and just under two weeks. Just keep submitting a request every 2 or 3 hubs and you'll get approved eventually.
You'd probably do best to create a few dozen Hubs and let them be up for a few weeks to demonstrate your web presence more solidly and then apply.
Same here. I was approved after a few hubs. It just took a few days.
As relache suggested, write a decent number of good quality hubs, wait for about a month, apply again, your chances of approval will be higher.
by inggo5 years ago
How many hubs do I need to publish before Google Adsense approves my application? I know this question has been asked many times but I know there are a lot of helpful hubbers here who can help. By the way, here's my...
by Melanie Shebel14 months ago
I noticed that CPMs are really low so I decided to just start a test where I would just be running AdSense ads only and it's only day one, only one data point, but so far I'm already out-earning my HubAds...
by akhilkarun4 years ago
Actually getting an Adsense approval was my main motive of joining hubpages.Soon i realize therz a lot more here than just an Adsense.But still!Are there real smart people out there who have go an Adsense approval thru...
by Klevis Rosario8 years ago
Hi,I'm new to hubpages and I haven't created a hub yet. My question is: Should I create a hub and then apply for Adsense, Ebay and Amazon or can I apply without creating a hub?. Thanks
by Hamza Arshad4 years ago
I created 12 hubs and applied for adsense. They disapproved my requestI created 12 hubs and applied for adsense. They disapproved my request. Can anybody tell why? they say that insufficient content..what is the reason....
by Cailin Gallagher3 years ago
Just gaging anyone else's earnings here. I just checked google adsense and I have earned 64 dollars in 18 months. I've only written 19 Hubs and most of them don't get any traffic. Any thoughts?
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