Please help, adsense won't accept they say insufficient content. I have over 20+feature articles
All are over 500 words. I made nice long profile. I lengthened each summary to 200 words, the max. People say they get accepted after 2 articles. What am I doing wrong? Any advice is welcome. Thankyou. For those who have given me your advice previously, I took it. Thank you.
That is strange, I'm not sure what is going on here. I would suggest though if you can't get approved through HP, then think about trying to get approved through Webanswers or even your own Blog with Blogger.
That's how I was approved was through a Blog at Blogger, after about 20 post of 400 words, I was approved and then was able to earn here and Webanswers, although I haven't reached the payout here.
I was worried that HP would do something like this to me, you could visit the help forum with Google adsense, make sure your application is correct. Hopefully someone can give you a better answer, this has to be frustrating. Best wishes.
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