Just wondering how long it takes to get an approval or denial for a Google adsense account?
You can start applying for adsense approval after writing 10 articles. In some countries, it requires just 10 articles and in some 25-30 articles. Once you apply, they will update you in 3-4 days, sometimes a week. Not more than this...
I have only one hub and not eligible to apply for adsence, i will keep you updated on this.
by klaceyjsmith3 years ago
I am just learning all about everything on the internet, and I signed up for a Google AdSense account so that I could get paid for my articles. Well, I don't know what the heck I did, but they deleted my account...
by Rohit2 months ago
I set up my hubpages account more than six months ago. The site has sufficient content, The association from google adsense is still pending saying Account Not Active An AdSense account does not exist for this login,as...
by Chase Chartier2 weeks ago
I set up my Google Adsense account and now the site says it's working on setting me up. It says it usually takes a day or so but it's been like this for two weeks now. Is this normal? I thought if it was denied they'd...
by felishiyafiamma12 months ago
Hi Hubbers, I checked my account yesterday on August 20, 2016 and to my surprise the Google Adsense has approved my application. It is hardly even two months, when I signed up.
by Sudhir4 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 Syed Hunbbel Meer7 years ago
I posted the same question a couple of days ago, but haven't been answered, so I decided to post a new topic on it. So please guide me this time. I am new to hubpages. (I am pasting the same answer again, that is to be...
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