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 hubpages alone? If So what are the steps and tips for getting approved thru hubpages?
I had mine here at hubpages, but was also advised to add blogger which I did. Went through the steps, and was granted after a few weeks. I had 3 hubs, and no other sites at that point. I did have good traffic to my hubs even though they were few. I remeber writing a very lengthy reason why they should give me AdSense, but I doubt this was the reason.
I was approved thru hubpages alone and I think I only had one or two hubs at the time. Tips are--make sure all your info is correct on your hub profile--i.e. name, adress etc. you can change it all or delete it later once you've been approved. Also, having hubs rich in content may help as well. Make sure that if you apply you check your junk folder in your email in case the reply doesn't go to your inbox
Getting Adsense account in India is difficult. I have 3 blogs and published 17 hubs, frequently re-applying for adsense but not getting it approved.
Best of luck.
ya me too having trouble getting adsense approval for almost an year. Going to try it through hubpages hope ti works
I have been facing this issue long time back wherein I try to fix the issue and then reapply but end up unsuccessful. It took nearly 2 months for me to find the actual issue. You can refer to this page http://webearningtips.com/tips-follow-g … -approved/ and I guess it can come in handy for you.
Blogger and Hub linking ? You mean feeds or widget ? Explain what you want to do cheryl.
There is a feed module on Hubpages when you create a new Hub.
You should not be joining Hubpages simply for adsense!
However if you write a couple of hubs and tehn apply for adsense you should be fine, you can also apply through blogger. I have however read something about having to have blogs/hubs older than 6 months before Adsense will aprove you if you come from India.
I had two hubs only when I applied for adsense through HP, and got accepted within a day or two. I don't use any other site for online writing, so yes, it is possible to get approval through HP alone and fairly quick!
I applied when I had 2 hubs up. I published another 6 hubs two days later. I only applied through HubPages and am based in the US.
akhilkarun, Google is tougher on accounts applying from India, due to so much click fraud from that area.
You might want to write more Hubs, and get your HubScore above 75 so that your links become "dofollow" and then Google might look on them more favorably.
I got my account while living in Thailand. I wrote a five page website on the town I was living in. It was completely original,quick and easy to do and got me an account very easily.
Do this on something like Weebly and it costs nothing.
i got my AdSense application being rejected for the first time due to page type issue. So i look into and edit both my content and title accordingly of some article which i 100% write on my own. As my gut feel tell me that my articles title is not appropriate and content not unique and quality enough to bring benefits to the reader. after 4 days i got application approved.
Nope,I have no sense at all......Hmmm,was that a fraudian slip.....Hmmm,was that another one?
by cmohan3 10 years ago
Hello Please advice regarding adsense approvel . in hub pages i was joined 1 year back. is there any possible to get an adsense approval ? how many hubs min reqd to get adsense approval through hub pages I wish to offer my self as a brand new candidate yet to approve from adsense. In my...
by Klevis Rosario 9 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 Alisa Arishina 2 years ago
Hi, I have this problem here that I hope the staff can help me with.I heard that after publishing the first hub you can apply to Adsense and then eBay. I did that after publishing my first hub, but I got a refusal letter for Insufficient Content. I posted another hub, and applied to AdSense the...
by felishiyafiamma 2 years ago
Hi Hubbers, I checked my account yesterday on August 20, 2016 and to my surprise the Google Adsense has approved my application. It is hardly even two months, when I signed up.
by Elizabeth 6 years ago
I'd like to consider myself an asset to the hubpages community. Although I began relatively recently, I have over a dozen published hubs, and I even won the rising star award for one of them. I have applied to Google Adsense multiple times, and I have always been rejected. I would...
by Rafael Baxa 2 years ago
Hello! I have been a member on Hubpages for a year now and I have published 16 hubs. I applied for Adsense twice and got rejected due to 'insufficient content'. So till now I haven't earned a penny from Hubpages. Is there any other way except Adsense to earn from Hubpages? I am not being greedy...
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