Hello, how many likes/views/hubs etc. did you have before you got approved from Google AdSense.
I haven't been approved yet, but I heard that it takes about 10-15 hubs and that likes/comments/views don't affect it.
I applied when I first joined, with just one hub, and was turned down because of "insufficient content". But they said that I could reapply once I had more text, so I was planning on reapplying once I finished ten hubs. Nice to know bangell08 heard that's bout the right number of hubs.
I was approved after ten hubs, some of which were 2000+ words. If your hubs are shorter if might take more articles.
Yup, 10 is about right. It took me about four weeks after I joined. It was quite frustrating.
Wait 3 to 4 weeks before applying. This will make sure you have written some good quality Hubs that Google will be interested in advertising on.
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