Does it make sense to apply for Google Adsense with 12 Featured hubs?
Frankly google adsense is a pain and i have been its member for 4 years. However the earnings are abysmal and it just doesn't lead to anywhere. So i wonder what is gained by becoming a member of assense. It wont lead anywhere.
Thanks Madan for your input. Thats something new to know..! But one thing in hubpages, unless there is no Adsense approval, we don't get Amazon approval..! Am I right?
thats true sumi...one will not get approval for amazon,ebay and even for ad program until the one gets adsense approval. According to the hubpages,it is good to have atleast 10 featured hubs with more than 800 words each before applying for adsense
Hello Swati, not sure if all hubs those are featured have 800 words. But After this thread, I did apply and got approved and all other became 'Active'. I was thrilled. Today got mail that it's not! But status is still 'Active' what does that mean??
yes we can apply for adsense account.until you have reached the some clicks of your hubs and also you must have owned the six months of your website
Ok. What's the limit of count? Any guess? And regarding timeframe of owning the website, is it applicable to hubpages as well?
more than one thousand clicks should be there from the featured hubs and to be approval for ad sense, it contain nearly 1000words of each hub that you published.
I see. Not sure if all hubs those are featured have 1000 words. But I did apply and got approved and all other became 'Active'. I was thrilled. But later, got mail that it's not! But status is still 'Active' what does that mean??
i can't understand that your problem. Are you get approval from google adsense?
Yes I applied and and then immediately status was showing 'Active' against Adsense, Amazon and Hubpages Program. But around couple of days later I got a mail that in second review, they have rejected.
But, my account still shows status as 'Active'
K. Again reapply the adsense when login to adsense website. I don't know about that, But same reason that you facing, I have it. Then I reapplied and after that i got mail from adsense to fully activate by adding ad unit atleast one.
by Agnes Elmira Kepler 3 years ago
Hi AllI currently have 7 featured hubs with one pending review for a possible 8th. due to my chronic illness, it takes all I have just to get the writing itself done an ready to publish. for this reason, all of my hubs include one single text box with writing alone and NO photos, web links, videos,...
by Ardhendu Dey 4 years ago
I have published 21 featured hubs. And then I applied for Google AdSense. But it did not approve my account saying "Thank you for your interest in Google AdSense. Unfortunately, after reviewing your application, we're unable to accept you into AdSense at this time. We did not approve your...
by Raitu Disong 5 years ago
I am also confused about Amazon, ebay? Are they related to the google account or a different one?as I am very new to this stuffs. .. Thanks
by Daniel Gottlob 3 years ago
When approved by Google Adsense are all your featured hubs approved?When I got my congratulations email only one hub website was mentioned. Also that hub is the only one that shows rising and falling traffic indicators. Did I make a mistake? How do I get approval for the rest?
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
I am just curious, all 92 hubs of mine are featured. In your opinion, should one delete (although Featured) any hubs where the score on a particular hub has eventually dropped way down from when it was initially high at one point? Or would it be better to just unpublish and later...
by Missing Link 8 months ago
I'm thinking the answer is probably yes?If you have hubs that have been deemed "not featured", for one reason or another, will that factor into lowering your overall score/rating as a HubPages member? Example--let's say your overall rating is 75. If 10 non featured hubs become...
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