Does too many original images on hubs is one reason that adsense rejects application?
I don't think it has something to do with original images. It's even better to have your own photos. When did you apply for Adsense? Sometimes Adsenses rejects applications if you don't have enough content. Did you have 10 hubs when you applied? I think you should have at least 10 hubs before you apply for Adsense. The more valuable content you have the better the chance to get approved.
Thanks for your reply kapilddit and janetwrites, I have 11 featured hubs and most can be seen on 1st page of google search result, I always get the reply that due to insufficient content they are rejecting my application. My field is art and craft where without images one cannot explain things, I have some 100 such articles ready with more images and less written content. So I am confused whether I should start a blogsite or post these on hubpages?
And yes janetwrites I applied after posting 13 hubs.Thanks
In this link you will find reasons why an adsense application maybe rejected:
https://support.google.com/adsense/answ … ic=1391543
No, and I have never heard of this for being a reason for Adsense rejecting an application. In fact the more original, high quality images you have in your hub, that are free of water marks. Should in fact, make it more appealing to a wide variety of audiences. Whether it's Adsense, Hubpages team, or whoever, that is looking it over for a final thumbs up.
Too many original images have nothing to do with rejection of your adsense application.
I got my adsense after publishing several blogs in blogger.com. I would also suggest you to joing blogger.com and publish a few blogs. Then you can apply through blogger.com itself directly.
Once you get approved, you can use the same ID here at hubpages.
Thanks zanaworld, yes I think I should be doing that. I think lots of images with less content is an issue for adsense approval on hubpages. But articles here gets a kickstart on google search for sure. Sticking with both is a good idea. Thanks.
No, I don't think google rejects applications due to many original images. I believe the more original images or photos you have with your hubs the better as sometimes images or photos say more than words. In fact, hubpages encourage us to have our own original photos.
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