Google adsense declined
I joined hubpages only some days and I have only two hubs. Google declined me in german as I'm living in Germany. I read that some people suggested in forum that I could contact them directly. But at their email, they didn't give me the reasons of rejection and said if I contact them, they won't be able to answer me. What can I do? Thanks!
You have only 2 hubs right now. That's too early to apply.
You need to increase your hubs to atleast 10 & with good quality. Your profile should be atleast a month old etc. These are basic req. before applying for adsense. I hope you understood.
I also have the same problem with Google. But I hear the key is to have enough and quality content before applying. Right now try concentrating on creating more hubs and hopefully once u have enough Google will accept your application.
Hello Tracy, First of all I took a look at your profile, you need to publish several more hubs and get traffic going before Google will place their ads on your hubs. This takes time. I would suggest writing at least 10 good quality hubs before reapplying to adsense. Normally, one should wait until they have been here for at least 2-4 weeks and have published 10+ hubs. Good Luck!
JThomp42 u are a savior to many. Keep it up. I like how u are always willing to chip in and help young hubbers like me and Tracy. You are my hubber of the month. Kudos.
Thank you very much cuttler! I really appreciate that!
Thank you. But I also read from one hub that Google accepted his application when he opened another account at blogger.com, copied those two hubs there and applied from there. I am confused a bit...
Yes, this happens when someone has different accounts with Google and add hubpages to their existing account.
Make sure at least a couple of your hubs are over 500 words, they want to see long articles. Hope this helps!
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