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Is a thousand views and 9 featured hubs enough for my AdSense to be approved?
More than a thousand views, nine featured hubs and a few more unfinished write-ups. Should this number be enough? Also, the URL I placed for my application is my homepage here instead of an articles's URL. Is that correct?
Hi Maria, It is usually recommended to have ten published/featured hubs before applying for AdSense. Just finish one more hub and then apply. Your homepage URL should be the right one to use.Good luck.
Have the rules changed? I thought we had to be on HP for six months before we apply to AdSense.
It can depend on where on the world you are! I got to about twenty hubs (transferred from squidoo) and five or six attempts but only four hundred views. My advice is keep on applying and take note of the information they send when declining the application. It pays off in the end.
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