Why Ad Sense have different policies for different countries?
Ad Sense, according hub page forum discussions have different terms and policies for different countries. Why is it so? Are not all hub page contributors that write featured hubs are of same standard? For USA and UK contributors the number of featured hubs to get ad sense account is 6 to 10 and for Indians 25 to 30 and six months from the first hub. I understand traffic is the what they look for. Ad sense must understand that the present CEO at Microsoft is an Indian. They must rethink and relax rules and treat everyone alike.
AdSense is a program that is entirely controlled by Google and they do have different requirement for some countries.
Various answers are given by fellow Huber on this subject. But what is the authenticate answer. When I finished my 10 hub ( all 10 are featured ) , a new window pops for an ad sense application. The application was rejected for insufficient content
by Brandon Lobo5 years ago
Since I know most of you here, I thought of asking here I already have a US affiliate ID and got sales too (Through my hubs). But, now I wanted to sign up for the Canada and US affiliates. Can I use the same login...
by Royce3 years ago
How many featured hubs should I have before I apply for ad sense?Anyone welcome to answer.
by romper204 years ago
How many different countries have you visited?the title says it all
by Silver Fish6 years ago
Have you travelled outside your native country?
by Susan Zutautas6 years ago
When traveling to different countries what are some of the things you like to do while you're there?
by Rajan Singh Jolly6 years ago
Does any one have an idea what % of hub readers come from different countries?Veteran hubbers pitch in please.
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