Should I apply for Google AdSense... again?
I applied when I had 10 hubs... rejected. Applied when I had about 15 hubs... rejected. I now have 20 hubs. Should I try again, or should I wait? This is a very confusing process for me, as I'm not exactly sure what they're looking for. Both times they told me I didn't have enough content in my hubs, but most of my hubs are around or over 3k words... What should I do?
Elizabeth, I think I was originally advised to have 20 hubs before I applied. I applied then and didn't have a problem, so apart from that I don't know what else they look for.Maybe you need to have a certain number of images etc.I'm sure someone more knowledgeable will reply.
Google is becoming a bit tighter with approving AdSense applications and is also slowing the growth rate for the amount of revenue it is sharing.
The answer they gave when rejecting your application is probably just a canned response. I would wait longer before applying again.
Also, it's not just the length of the hubs but also the categories (whether they have strong appeal to advertisers) and the amount of traffic the hubs receive.
I have looked over a few of your Hubs briefly Elizabeth. You are new so I will tell you that you should try to include in each Hub at least 3+ photos, a video, a poll/quiz/table/map. They count as content.
Since you have already applied to Google AdSense twice then you should wait until you have been here about 6 months. You will have more Hubs by then anyway. :-)
Check whether you have any violated content in your hubs. If every thing is OK, then apply again..
All the best!!
I would wait til you have been here 2-3 months. Sometimes it isn't quantity or quality that adsense looks for, but total reach and length of time on a certain site.
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