How much hubs did you have before you got Adsense to accept you?

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  1. Travis Aaron profile image62
    Travis Aaronposted 9 years ago

    How much hubs did you have before you got Adsense to accept you?

    I have 13 featured hubs, but they keep rejecting me citing "insufficient content"

  2. PaoloJpm profile image83
    PaoloJpmposted 9 years ago

    Some hubbers said we need to have atleast 30-35 hubs. I don't know yet since, I am still working on it but reliable forums has stated the number of hubs with possible acceptance by adsense.

  3. Spongy0llama profile image84
    Spongy0llamaposted 9 years ago

    It is more important that your hubs become well established in google search results than it is to have a certain number of hubs. So long as you receive regular (not necessarily a lot of) traffic, then you should be accepted after a couple months or so. Patience is the key to success here. That being said, 13 hubs is a bit on the low side if you are seeking Adsense acceptance.

  4. xavierdhs07 profile image65
    xavierdhs07posted 9 years ago

    Is it, Got rejected? Don't worry.I think insufficient content means they are pointing out the content of hub and not in the counting of hubs.So,please write good hubs as original content.

  5. Ceres Schwarz profile image39
    Ceres Schwarzposted 9 years ago

    Nowadays, Google seems to be stricter in accepting people to AdSense. Before, it used to be that people easily got accepted even with only a few hubs but now many are being disapproved for insufficient content. I also got disapproved for the same reason when I applied and only had 11 published hubs at that time.

    Many are saying that you actually need at least 25 or so hubs so you won't be rejected for insufficient content. That's why I plan to write more hubs before reapplying again. If you go to the HubPages forums, you'll see many have been rejected by AdSense for insufficient content and those that have finally been accepted had written a lot of hubs before they got accepted.

    Just remember to write hubs with high quality and content. It might also help if you try to follow the "need some goals?" at the top of any hub you're working on in edit mode. You'll need long hubs with images and even things like polls or videos. Having evergreen content helps too.

    Also, make sure that you read up on all of Google's terms of service, policies, guidelines, rules, etc so you're not inadvertently violating any of these. Just be sure to follow all of Google's terms and criteria. Hope this helped and that everyone who still hasn't been accepted into AdSense can finally be accepted.

  6. bestcattree profile image70
    bestcattreeposted 9 years ago

    I too was getting the insufficent content message when applying for Adsense. Google is focused on hubs that provide well written useful content to accept into their program. The key is to write good content and provide a useful, original resource for your readers. It took me 19 high quality hubs with 1500 words or more to get approved. Keep in mind this number varies from person to person dpending on the content and quality.

  7. gags3480 profile image58
    gags3480posted 9 years ago

    I had atleast 10-12 good quality featured hubs before applying. Remember, your hubs should be of atleast 500+ words & using minimum 3 pictures. I think it will be sufficient to get approved. Also, your hubs should be getting traffic, because that's what counts !!!!!!!!!!

  8. profile image0
    JThomp42posted 9 years ago

    I would have to say at least 25 quality hubs. Meaning good grammar, spelling, pictures, etc. that Google would want to place their ads on.

  9. wqaindia profile image37
    wqaindiaposted 9 years ago

    Popularity of the content is more important than the content itself. You are not socializing either on Facebook, Google+ and not even with the hubbers. Try commenting of existing Hubs , follow a few which have similar interest and see the traffic grow. It is a 2- way traffic.

    1. Travis Aaron profile image62
      Travis Aaronposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you. I was wondering if it was the traffic to the website or the number of hubs itself


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