Hi everyone,Im new to hub pages and have written about six hubs.I have a hub score of 84.Please check the hubs written by me and tell whether I'm eligible for adsense.
Here is the link to my Hubs:
But google refused me for "unacceptable site content."
Please suggest a way for me to get approved for adsense.
Hi! Welcome to hub pages.
I don't think there is anything wrong with your hubs content, can you please tell me how are you applying to Adsense?
You only have six Hubs, you've only been on HubPages for two weeks and you are from India.
Google AdSense TOS clearly states that people who try to register from India or China must have an established web presence for six months before applying.
Make quality Hubs for six months and then reapply.
Why do you worry.Please go to copyscape and check your article for duplicate content.
Check this hub to use copyscape.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-avoid-du … sm-penalty
Google gives this when you have content similar on the net or when it is vulgar.Change your article then by rewriting it without seeing it.
Happy New Year.
EmpressFelicity, sometimes people do a lot of research on the net before they write a hub. May be for few weeks. So unknowingly there is a chance that we may type the same words that we read some where.
Also if some one copies your content, then also this could happen.
I hope I cleared your doubt.
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