What exactly is AdSense looking for when they tell me my Hubs need more content? Does anyone know?
AdSense told me I needed more content before they will sign me. More content meaning???? more facts or what??? HELP!!!
You need to add some more pictures, videos, etc. to your articles, I just viewed them and that's probably what AdSense means. You have a lot of text but it isn't broken up by engaging factors. If you need more help let me know!
OMG, Caitlyn you are so kind and helpful. Thank you so much. You can tell I'm new to this. From where do I import photos? Again, thank you!!!!!
On the right side of the page when creating an article you'll see the the "Add Content Capsule", you might have to click it to open it if you don't see the options to add things. Mostly add things from the "Core" options, good luck!
Your hubs are too short, and they should have more capsules. In particular they should have some photos.
So write a few more hubs, and then apply again.
Yes, photos, maps, polls are all good to enhance your content, but 750 words of text is considered minimum--- and in this case, more is better. Have fun!
You only have six hubs showing. I would say that in addition to improving the hubs you already have, you need to write more hubs. Lots more.
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