How long did it take you to be accepted in Google Adsense?
I had mine for almost 7 weeks. Just want to know, how fast (or slow) it took you to be approved in Adsense.
I was waiting for a long time, then I decided to close my AdSence account (I was thinking that some thing went wrong with my first application), then as soon as I wanted to delete the account, Google send me my old application detail, and I realized that I did not complete it correctly, the same thing may happen for you.
Usually it should not take more than 2 weeks.
I was not approved because I didn't have enough content. I will try again soon probably.
I got accepted after my second application, it took about 2 weeks and I had 3 hubs written! They did email me to confirm I'd been accepted, although at first it was for a trial period while they assessed my content. I spent the next week writing more and then got accepted properly.
i have been rejected thrice because of insufficient content.Hopefully will be there soon
I was accepted right away, I had written...two hubs? I guess I was lucky!
I'm getting disapproved for unacceptable site content.
I got mine the same day i applied for it.
I had nearly 200 hubs/lens
I have no idea what is wrong with my Google Adsense. I keep getting this message: "You are currently signed into the Google Account, which is either not an active AdSense account, or still pending an approval. This account cannot be used to monetize your content." I've been going back and forth with this confusing message since last year.
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