Do you have to wait til you create 10 hubs to be a part of google ad sense?
Someone mentioned to me recently that it's better to wait until you have 20 hubs written and on hubpages for a minimum of a month before applying to google adsense. I'm curious to read other's feedback on this subject.
For me I think I had to wait 10 hubs (I think). Its better to wait til like 20 hubs just in case. There is no way around that!!!! (Unless you have a blog outside of hubpages that has a lot of material!!!) BTW tumblr and wordpress you can't get Adsense on that!!!!
by Jonny Wills2 hours ago
Hi guysCan anyone help?I've written fifteen articles and set up a Google Ad sense account, but the earnings/affiliate configurations still remain Not Set despite affiliating the link and being redirected back from...
by Larry W Fish6 days ago
I am confused where to put the Google Ad Sense code and just how do I go about it.Does it just go on my profile page or on every article I write?Does it go in a certain spot on the page?
by Manasi43 years ago
I got through the Boot Camp. My first 5 hubs all featured. Should I apply for Google Ad sense account now or wait till I complete 10 hubs?
by Cuttler5 years ago
Why are there google ads in my hubs yet my google ad sense account was not approved?Am confused, my Ad program account is inactive, my google ad sense account was rejected, and yet there are ads on my hubs. Why is this...
by Jamie Butler4 years ago
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...
by iijuan123 years ago
A few days ago I went through all the steps to sign up for Google Ad Sense. I just checked and found out my status moved from "Pending" to "Association Disabled by You or by Google for TOS...
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