Rejected from AdSense because of 'insufficient content', but I have 30+ hubs?
I've seen that people start earning money with less than 10 hubs published. I've got over 30 featured hubs with over 1000 views and Google Adsense is still rejecting me because of 'insufficient content'. It's not very fair as I worked hard on the articles and would like to start earning money. Anyone got any ideas as to why this is happening, and suggestions on how to earn money through Hub Pages?
My idea is for you to make more hubs. Some people that start earning money with less than 10 hubs already had a Google Adsense account or they already had content on more than one site. Make another 10 or 20 hubs and try again. I started earning money right away because I already had an adsense account and lots of content.
You need a lot of good hubs to make a significant amount of money anyway.
Thanks for the info. Would it make a difference if I started using things like Blogger.com and YouTube with my Adsense account?
Using things like Blogger.com and YouTube could help if you can create some good content. I also use WebAnswers. However I am not certain it would help because you would have less time to make hubs.
Thanks very much for your answer, I contacted Hubpages and they resolved the issue for me - I know have Adsense. Thank you for the help.
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