Google's word :
" - Ensure that your website is fully built and launched before you apply for AdSense - do not apply while your site’s still in a beta or “under construction” phase or only consists of a website template.
- Place the ad code on a live page of your website. It does not have to be the main page, but test pages that are empty except for the AdSense ad code will not be approved. "
So that means I need to make a website in order to get my adsense approved?? I really don't get it ..help
Google Sites are free, so you could build a site, fill it with your stuff, then put your adsense on it. Just type in, Google Sites into a search box, and off you go.
Follow Hubpages guidelines - not the ones in Adsense. The help files in Adsense are for people who own their own websites. It works slightly differently on HP.
You're welcome Once you are approved, all you have to do is place your adsense ID in your account settings here: https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/affiliate/
The rest is taken care of for you by Hubpages.
Your Hubpages subdomain is your web page in this case, if you're attempting to get AdSense for your Hubs. They just want to see content before they approve you so get some good quality stuff published here before you apply.
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