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Why can't I be accepted in Google AdSense?
I keep on applying but they send me a mail that says that I was not accepted due to insufficient content. I have already published 11 hubs. I have been a member for 3 months already. Any suggestions on what I could do?
And what does "Place the ad code on a live page of your website. It does not have to be the main page, but test pages that are empty except for the AdSense ad code will not be approved." mean?
I am not exactly sure the best way to go about getting into Adsense, but here is what worked for me to get approved:
-set up a site with custom domain (since transferred to different hosts and no longer use the ads there since I had no need to use them)
-Blogged on the domain for a grand total of 3 to 4 months, but with nearly 30 to 90 posts of at least 500 to 600 words.
You might want to take time to create a lot more content so that Google can determine what you write on. Consider blogging somewhere else and work towards getting yourself approved. You can always later take down the code and set up the ads to work here.
Additionally, the Adsense algorithms need to be on a live portion of your site to query the text (at least that is my understanding of it at the moment) so that the ads could be semi-related to what you write on.
The more hubs you have the better chance you have of being accepted. Could you increase your hub count to 15 or 20 before applying again?
Perhaps wait until you've been here for 6 months?
As to the ad code, when you are accepted, if you don't have your own site, all you have to do is to into the "Earnings"section of your account, and enter your publication number into the space given for Adsense.
If you just enter the Adsense code on to a blank page, to test it on your own website, they will not approve it.
Hope this helps.
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