Should I sign up for google ad sense if I only have 7 featured hub? I'm new. Not sure what to do.
I have 7 hubs published and featured. One is Editor's choice. I just recently joined within the past month. I am not sure exactly what to do. Should I sign up now with the ads programs or not? It says you should wait until you have 10 high-quality hubs but I've had the option to sign up after I published my last two hubs. What should I do?
I don't have an answer for you, but I am in almost the exact same boat as you. I think I'm going to wait until I have ten - incentive to keep writing a publishing, right? I would be interested in knowing what the seasoned hubbers have to say about it, though.
I would suggest you should wait until you publish about 15 quality hubs. Your request might be rejected for lack of content.
Congratulations on your editors choice!!! That's a great job. However, it normally doesn't qualify you for AdSense. You need to have at least 20 quality hubs. The more content you have, the higher your chances. Its highly unlikely for you to get approved with only 7 hubs. I know it says 10. In reality, they want at last 15-20. Take your time. I have noticed a lot of people try to get AdSense really early. Write quality hubs, with lots of content. At 20, your chances are far greater than even trying now.
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