I was succefully accepted to Adsense program, now what?
long before joining hubpages I always dreamed of having a Google Adsense program. Today my dream came true. I applied for the eBay and amazon programs. Now what should I do?
If you are using adsense for a blog platform, they usually only require you to furnish your publisher ID and they blogging platform usually has a its own default ads and sizes you can select from and place within your blog. To locate you publisher id, while logged into adsense click on your email address in the top right hand corner and the publisher id should appear. You can then copy and paste it into the required portion of your blog template. Each blogging platform is slightly different.
Keep writing. Participate in any discussions. Share your articles to social networks (I am not sure how much it helps, but eventually a few might get interested and visit your hubs).
My Adsense got approved just recently. My hubs are not earning much, but it's a start.
add your adsense aoount into your hubpages account setting and wait . Mine, it took me 5 years to earn $32
Well that makes me feel a little bit better, not that you have only made 1 cent, but that I thought I didn't set it up properly. Must just have to be patient then. Thankyou Nadeem.
Go to Account>>Earnings and make sure to link your AdSense account. I make good money on here. When I was more active I was making $60-180/ month. Now that I'm less active I'm making less, but still good enough for the effort I put in. Congrats!
by Lena Welch 6 years ago
Why do some hubbers get kicked out of the google adsense program?In hub comments some people mention getting kicked out of adsense. They mention that it is because they don't get enough traffic or revenue through adsense. Is this true? What are reasons that you may get kicked off?
by susiempn 6 years ago
Have you found the Google AdSense Program to be worth while?
by Sunando Basu 6 years ago
Hello,I am new Hubber from India with only 2 Hubs. I need to know the 'time span' before a Hubber gets Google ADSense approval. The number of Hubs as per the convention seems to be 10 but then is there a time frame before applying for the ADSense?I need some help from you guys.
by GoogleCashMoney 10 years ago
Is there any Alternative to Google Adsense Program for Hubbers whos account is not approved by Google? I have 2 progams in mind which I feel HubPages need to tie-up with them One is Kontera Content Link and other is WidgeBucks-Adsense Program. HP need to add more and more alternatives for Ad...
by Brittany Banks 14 months ago
I'm wondering if they automatically put the ads on your articles. Do I have do to anything at all?
by malachauhan 7 years ago
I had created a google adsense account for my hubpages account. but the Google Adsenses rejected my application for the Google Adsense account. However, i have been noticing google ads on my hub pages for the past few months although my google adsense account is still not validated. Nor have...
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