I applied for an account with google adsense
but they refused my applictaion for the content of my hubs were refused how can I earn income when I do not have an account with them?Someone email me please at <email address snipped> someone help me quick
to answer your first question, improve your writing and editing skills and go apply to sites that actually hire writers and actually pay people to write.
not being able to get an affiliate account here is NOT a huge loss . . . especially when you only have a few hubs
not being paid pennies for having ads above, below, next to and throughout your hubs is not the end of the world
having said that, follow relache's suggestions here and your odds will be a little better if you feel you cannot just enjoy hubpages without being an affiliate
i wouldn't stress getting stalked either. it's yor e-mail not your home address and some people don't even know about hubpages.
know what i'm saying?
There is no way you can make quick money with Adsense, so may as well relax. If your application was rejected because of problems with poor quality content / copied content, you have got to fix those problems before applying again. There is nothing HubPages can do to help you at this time.
1. Never post your email in a public forum - that's how you get spammed, hacked or stalked.
2. Email email@example.com - they can usually push through an application in most instances since I believe they have a special deal with adsense due to the number of new users they refer.
3. Some countries are more likely to take longer or not be approved because of the numbers of spammers from those countries - such as India or China.
Please email the team - that's the best option.
Run a quick Google search for that email address, and you'll see it has been used publicly dozens of times if not more to promote various telecom-related and outsourcing services. I would caution other Hubbers not to contact anyone who displays their email address on a public forum.
WryLit, I think it might serve you better to see what's up with someone's Hubs before you give them advice.
Gskyleadgen, you only have five Hubs (not what Google considers substantial web content) and they all suffer from poor quality content (typos/grammatical errors) and inaccurate tagging. If you want to get approved by Google, you need to produce a better quality and quantity of Hubs.
Sorry Relache. Although I have seen people get approved by adsense without a single hub so I assumed HP must push them through. Thanks for the info.
I had an AdSense account before I had any Hubs... Because I had my own web site. If someone has zero web presence, they aren't going to be approved. But if they have some other web presence (their own site, some sort of blog, etc.) they might be. That's how you might get AdSense approval but have no Hubs yet. HubPages does not have any sort of special approval deal for site users.
Have to disagree from personal experience. My sister-in-law signed up for a hubpage account and then for adsense. She received adsense approval within 12 hours. She still hasn't written any hubs and has never had a website - facebook is about the closest she's ever gotten!
from what i have read and heard this website character generally knows that of which he speaks, did you "hear" him?
so web, you are saying she was not concerned about posting her e-mail in public because she has used it to promote outsourcing services?
I do not know who the email address belongs to or why she chose to display it this way. But since she is asking us to contact her via that email address, I think it fair to alert other Hubbers to the fact that doing so will reveal their own email address to this company or individual.
I never understand why the obvious and blatant Spammers bring attention to themselves via the forums.
This could be a very devious method for creating a list.
The previous use of the email isnt to disconcerting, the profile name is rather clear
G(lobal) SKY LEAD GENeration and is mentioned in the profile description.
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