so how do I go about getting an absense account for my hubpages
I applied through a google blog that I had started and posted to a few times. I was accepted pretty quick after applying and I suspect that was because I was applying for a google blog (it behooves them to accept their bloggers faster).
You can sign up through HubPages, go to your affiliates page. And there's a button next to the Adsense ID Publisher field. Mine says "modify" but yours should say something different.
You could just build a blog @ blogger.com, that was my first adsense "site"
Hey, I have a blogger account of just 1 month old. I have a very few page visits. Can I signup for google adsense through blogger?
Yes, you can indeed sign up for adsense on blogger. I know many who have done so and have been pretty successful.
Strict no sahana google guys are not gonna approve it unless your hub is more than 6 month old.......... they will reject it if you apply now..........
It's been said already. I will just give you the lay out:
1. go to blogger.com (Owned by Google) and open an account.
2. Set up a blog
3. Go to "monetize" tab and apply for adsense. Use genuine information.
4. Start making posts.
5. Wait patiently for them.
6. They will approve you.
7. Once approved, play by their rules. Other wise you can't win.
All the best
Darkside told you all you needed to know, HubPages has a special agreement with adsense, applying through them should be your first priority
You can apply for adsense from any site and it does not make any difference. Especially if you are a blogger with Blogspot, it is fine.
Both adsense and blogger are from Google.
My advice to all who dont have adsense account, just go to indyarocks dot com where you need to sign up with a new account and they running an adsense program its very simple just complete your profile and you can apply for adsence from there you will get approved wit in two days.
Don't try it bonny - sounds dodgy to me. Darkside is a fellow Aussie and he knows his stuff - take his advice and stick with it.
Web Developer eh? Thats what im getting my degree in
Wow, you can use Docstoc.com and get approval quickly. This is my way to get Google Adsense acc. You can see more at here
http://hubpages.com/hub/Google-Adsense- … se-revenue
But i had applied for adsense account for 7 times (i tried all the ways such as blogger, hubpages,etc) But reply came like this " We don't accept blogger" and "Your site should be more than 6 months older". Can anyone tell the perfect way to get approval for business account?
You're in India. Google has imposed a waiting period on some countries, including India. You'll have to wait six months, or emigrate.
Marisa you made me laugh emigration for getting a google account.............. hahahha may be i'll have to give it a shot after my account is being rejected by google........... thank you................
That's what ebay said to me. I was declined because i don't own a website?? But many other people have ebay adds on their hubs..HUH??
I agree with using docstoc. I posted 2 pdf files of articles I had already submitted elsewhere and was approved within 24 hours.
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