Should I write more in hubpages when am not allow to use adsence yet while am mo

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  1. Dreatech profile image57
    Dreatechposted 6 years ago

    Should I write more in hubpages when am not allow to use adsence yet while am more than six month?

    should I keep writting for hubpages when am not enable to use google adsence and am more than six moth here? I have more hub to write but why should I when there is no income promise in the first place.
    what do you advice me do?

  2. David Legg 7 profile image70
    David Legg 7posted 6 years ago

    I would. Every piece of writing you have becomes an asset once you activate Adsense, and activate your marketing strategy around it. You could just write the articles and publish them later, but I would actually put them out there and use that time to figutre out what is working for you. You won't miss a lot of revenue at the beginning anyway, so I would use it to advantage. Once you have a nice collection of hubs, and your adsense is in place, you can activate your social networks to drive traffic. If you wait until you have the Adsense in place, and activate the social contacts, but you have little content in place, there is little for them to come back to, and little reason to forward your links.
    I would consider this an investment in your future success.
    David

  3. Dreatech profile image57
    Dreatechposted 6 years ago

    @ David Legg.Do you mean i should write and publish some?

  4. bingoinfo profile image59
    bingoinfoposted 6 years ago

    i think you should keep writing and publishing some articles on your hubpages. otherwise, adsense will not put any ads on your hubpages even after six months if there is not enough content inside your hubpages.
    Just take six months period as a kind of experience to see what topic people like to share, how to attract more visitors, etc. You must write firstly and then see how to improve your hubs.
    I agree the point from David, this is an investment in your future success.
    Vote up for David

  5. relache profile image86
    relacheposted 6 years ago

    It's quite likely that the fact you only have a single Hub is the main reason you aren't being approved for AdSense.  They require what they call a significant web presence and most people need several dozen Hubs to establish that.

 
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