Hi I had been applying for adsense for last 5 months. But they are rejecting every time...
What should i do for getting adsense approval?????
Well - you could stop producing pages that are full of stolen photographs.
Have you tried following the instructions that they usually send with your rejection? Such as waiting 6 months?
Otherwise Mr Knowles has the answer for you.
You don't sound like you live in the United States, Canada or the UK..
And your hubs.. I'm not surprised AdSense is rejecting your application. Give me a break..
Try building up your own website, or a blogger account, keep it filled with rich content and then apply.
I am making a blog But as i am from india i have to wait 6months for getting adsense approval from google....
Is that rule is applicable for hubpages also????
Then if my blog have very good collection will they approve before 6 months???
hero012, be patient and stop your continuous application, wait for six months,
for the meantime produced quality hubs, so that they have something to based your application
If you are telling like this i will tell that one+one is two
You need mroe content on your Hubs, Google will not accept your application based on a number of pictue hubs.
Hubs that are earning money from Adsense have text and actual content.
can you please take some time and read this hub...
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