What is the minimum no of words in hub pages text content required for approval of google adsense?
This is to educate new comers who are willing to get some earning from google adsense account in order to save their account being from disapproved
Google doesn't look for the amount of text in one hub; they are looking for at least 10 or more quality hubs (to my knowledge) with at least 500 words or more. The more quality hubs, the better. Plus, you usually need to be active on the site for a while before they'll approve your application.
Google does not disapprove people due to the amount of the words in an individuals hub; instead they are looking for quality and quantity of hubs.
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