Rejected by Google AdSense due to insufficient content.
Google basically says I need to write more and as far as any of my hubs are concerned, I'm writing over thousands of words and none of them copy pasted, obviously. It can be a bit comprehensive but I believe they're structured and as far as completeness is concerned, very complete. What am I doing wrong? Any help is appreciated.
Here are my hubs:
Don't worry about it. Even hubpages suggest writing at least 10 hubs before applying. As far as I can see you have 5 featured hubs. Write at least 10-20 hubs and try again.
I think the content is okay. The quantity isn't.
You're not doing anything wrong. This is about number of hubs rather than the length of your hubs. Many people are finding they need at least 20 hubs to get approved, though some have been approved with 10-20. Good luck!
For certain countries hubbers who are 6 months old will be approved. You joined 5 months ago. Wait for one more month, your hubs are good. Will get approval for sure.
Me too is rejected on my first attempt, but the website I use is my free weblog in Weebly. I am not aware of the rules and requirements. If I only knew, I would not bother to try early because, there's no way to change the URL you are applying for until you furnish the contents of the website you send them for application. Now I am stuck on that. The fastest way to reapply base on them is to reapply using different email address. I hope I could change my URL and use my HubPage instead.
I guess the issue with you is more of the contents. Google may have find that there's no relevant ads to be associated with your topics; that's my thought, but I am not so sure of that.
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