It is a controversial subject. You basically claim that astrology is the key to solving various health problems, and there is a link to contact you. It promotes services, not only "knowledge."
To resolve the issue, I recommend writing a number of quality hubs on mainstream topics and to unpublish the hub in question prior to applying for Adsense again.
There are several reasons that may have seen your application to adsense rejected (and remember that adsense and hubpages are in no way affiliated, so publishing on hubpages doesn't mean you get automatic adsense approval.)
►Country - some countries which have a high rate of spammers (such as India and China) require longer periods of proof (you usually need to have been writing for at least six months).
►Quality - your article isn't very high quality and you need to work on the grammar, also.
►Quantity of work - as well as quality, it's a good idea to have at least a few good quality hubs that may get traffic. One hub isn't going to cut it. Write 10-20 before you apply again.
Go write some more hubs, brush up on your grammar, read some other hubs on the site to get an idea of how to write your own.
WryLilt did you read my Hub? did u think my grammar is not good ? can you give me gideline ..
Over half your sentences don't make SENSE. I was going to paste a paragraph in here with edits but upon going through one I found that nearly every sentence needs to be rewritten. Sorry but you either need a friend who can do very good editing OR read some more English so you know what is appropriate and in what context.
Ask Yourself.... "If I were Mr Google... would I allocate an agency to an entity that hasn't even bothered to post an avator or write a Bio on a home page that my advertisers would consider to be sub-standard by comparison to others at HP?"
If you can honestly answer Yes... Then I would have to say you really do need to consider reassessing your goals! You have had some good advice here... Even if it isn't what you expected!
Good Luck.... Show the world and the powers to be.. that you are serious about what You Do if you want them to take you seriously
I agree with the other suggestions. Quality content is very important to Google. So take some time to improve on the quality of your work. And be consistent in publishing new hubs every now and then. As soon as Google establishes some level of trust with your content, your account will be validated and accepted. Good luck!
As I mentioned on my post... You've had some good advice and I don't think it's a matter of whether or not you feel you should believe it!
It was all given in good faith... Ok?
Maybe you could ask your national cricket team players if they know how to cheat the system?
Mahreen--I'm not sure that Pakistan is on the list requiring a mandatory 6-month waiting period for AdSense, but I do know that people from there are under much more scrutiny. And I don't think the subject matter had anything to do with you being denied either.
The fact of the matter is that you have one page that's been up for less than 4 days, and that page is pretty bad. It's short, contains a lot of issues with grammar and language, and the hub as a whole imparts not one bit of useful information to the reader at all. Period.
If you're feeling so disparaged because your friend was accepted and you weren't, go take it up with Google. There's nothing we can help you with there.
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