Is there a trick for getting a Google Adsense account?
I have 36 articles, I've been on here a month and I've reapplied 5 times now. Any help?
It can take quite some time. I still only make a dollar a day and 95% of my views are from 2 articles.
I don't believe there is a trick but I do believe that you can take some other action to get the ball rolling to your favor.
Start a blog using blogger. After a while apply to the Adsense program. I have several blogs on blogger and I believe 4 years ago that is how I came across Adsense originally.
Good luck to you.
Thanks! I actually do have a blog up and running on another site right now, but Adsense now won't let me change the website I am applying for and won't let me apply under another email. What do you suggest?
Do you have a blogger blog? Blogger by Google? I would use the email linked to that blogger blog to apply. Then see what happens.
No, it's a blog on my business website with the same niche of articles that I'm writing on Hubpages. I have no reason for yet another blog. I already have two places that I'm constantly writing.
The only answer to your question that I can think of is: "Does the reviewer believe that the articles are of such quality that they will attract readers, and hence, a good chance of clicks on Adsense ads?"
This isn't meant as any put down because your articles may be of high quality. But one must keep in the back of his or her mind that Google (Adsense) is in the business of making money. If it weren't for that, none of us would be monetarily successful here, let's face it.
As an experiment, search on the Internet for popular subjects. Then think of niches within that subject that might draw attention for a select and motivated group. If you think you have something to add to that niche, write a hub.
This has been the tact that I have tried to take - it isn't easy. It seems to help me in selecting topics.
Don't be discouraged. There is a learning curve to all of this. Anything easy isn't going to make you money. The fact that you have 36 articles shows your commitment. Feel good about that. You could even go back and apply my suggestion to your hub topics and see if you can refine an article or two for submission.
Thank you! I will do just that! I may send you an extra 1$ a day if you get me moving! lol
Great advice. You are so right when it comes to anything easy is not going to make you money. Exactly.
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