There are a bunch of write-ups on Hub pages for this one, but the basic reasons are:
1. You do not have 6 months history yet
2. The Hubs may be too short
3. The Hub may have copy write issues
4. Hub may lack interesting content.
5, Info supplied when applying did not match other details you supplied to Google.
From what I have read, once Adsense rejects you the 1st time there is only a 10% chance they will approve later. It is better to start with a new user name.
maybe a previous google acount linked to your current one, was banned from adsense. Or something like that
by Oyewole Folarin6 years ago
One of my friend check his google adsense account and found out that there was no click, but to his surprise he is making 1 cent. Why so?
by Earl Noah Bernsby4 years ago
Let me apologize in advance for being dense, but: Is there a way to target which AdSense ads appear on Hubs? The ads that Google has been showing within my articles rarely match up with the subject I am writing...
by Michelle Zunter2 years ago
After many hubbers tried so hard to sign up with Google Adsense, has it made any difference for them in traffic, etc, once they finally got it?
by Tariq Sattar2 years ago
About a week before I resubmitted my application to get my Google sense activated. At the time of submission of my gmail, I was immediately told that my gmail already has an adsense account. It surprised me a great...
by Dorsi Diaz6 years ago
I just discovered my Google adsense account has somehow been stolen and re-directed. Since I was hacked Sat I have seen 0 activty on my google acount,no clicks and no revenue. Where in Adsense fraud can I report this? I...
by Mike Russo5 years ago
Why are my Google AdSense earnings so low for this month?My Google AdSense earnings for this month so far are 5 cents. Is anyone else having this problem? Are they only paying for clicks and not page views?
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