Do I need a certain amount of hub to apply for Google Absense?
More content is usually better. Although, there isn't a specific amount of content that AdSense requires, it appears that they are not as concerned with number of Hubs as total content.
So a bunch of short Hubs might not work as well as fewer longer and more in-depth Hubs.
I think a month and 15-20 featured Hubs of good length could be a good starting point.
Please keep in mind that since we are not privy to the entire Google AdSense application process, all of our suggestions are guidelines and should not be taken as Google gospel!
by Ambiga Jeyaratnaraja4 years ago
Hi,I do not why Google is not approving my Adsense application. Am from India and I heard that people from India should wait minimum 6 months to apply for Adsense. Also they should have published minimum 10 hubs. I have...
by Martin VK4 years ago
Do my hubs need to be a certain amount of months old before I can get AdSense approved?When I am from Denmark. I hope my question isnt stupid, but I haven't been able to figure this out.
by Sudhir5 months ago
I joined hub pages recently and have only a few articles online. So if I am to apply for a google adsense account what would be a safe number of articles to have before applying? And is the amount of time the articles...
by jackiewilliam8 years ago
is it possible for me to pass?
by Susana S7 years ago
There have been several theories about what content Google is penalising and rewarding in the search results but at the moment it does seem a bit random (from my end). Let's compare notes and hopefully we can see some...
by Kim Milai3 years ago
Hi All,Just wanted to give a heads up that I carefully prepared and edited 10 of my hubs, as per the instructions then applied for Adsense and I was soundly rejected the next day. I don't pretend to be the greatest...
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