Should I apply to start earning money?
I have 8 featured hubs and 1300 hits.
I read somewhere you should have 10 hubs before you apply to start earning money.
Should I wait? I'm kinda impatient...
I applied for everything I could as soon as I signed up. Why let even pennies fall through the cracks if you can catch 'em instead? Sounds like you're set up well enough. It certainly didn't hurt me by doing so anyways.
You may find that you need more than eight hubs to be approved for Google Adsense. When I joined HubPages last year the talk was that you would need at least 12 hubs to be approved and I have heard people saying that twenty is now the number needed. It won't hurt to apply now, if you don't get approved then just keep writing and then wait a while before trying again.
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