How many hubs do I need to apply for my google adsense?
I have 3 published hubpages since last 2014. how many people do I need visit to apply adsense?
You need to have at least 10 featured/good quality hubs each with minimum 1000 words, to apply for Adsense. Also, they see that grammar is perfect, hubs have ample informative images. It's good to upload Video as well, it's added advantage.
One more thing is, views which should be over 1500. After this, try your luck..!
Publishing 10 **quality** hubs is the absolute minimum before applying for AdSense. You will know it's a quality hub because when you're in "edit" mode, the check marks to the top right of the page will ALL be checked! Also I would wait for views to be around 2,000 before applying. The more established you are, the better chance you have of being approved.
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