How long should I wait before applying for an Adsense account?
I'm new in Hubpages and I'm working on my first hub. however, I can't start earning money without creating an adsense account and I was told that residents of some countries should wait at least six months and publish at least 20 hubs before applying for an account. I live in Turkey and I don't know if I must wait that long to apply. I hope some of you hubbers out there can help me out based on your experience and knowledge.
In order to be accepted to adsense you usually need AT LEAST 12 hubs and 12 weeks in before you will be accepted. Adsense wants to make sure you are serious about having an online presence and are not just a spam mill. You will need to have views already on your articles also.
Good Luck at HP!
I applied for GoogleAd Sense when I wrote approx 12 articles. It took 4 weeks for me to get accepted. Yes, if you live outside North America, you may have to wait 6 months and need at least 10 featured hubs! Make sure your articles meet most of the goals when you start writing them. Also, make sure that the content is original and not copied and if you use any google images, you reference them. And once you've applied, make sure you don't stop writing. Continue writing your hubs because your account is reviewed by Google. If you can add a website link to Hubpages and/or an FB or Twitter page and update it regularly that helps with the approval. Hope this helps! Best of luck and welcome to hub pages!
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