I have been trying to apply for adsense account through hubpages but have always been rejected. Are there other ways to apply for it?
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Did they give you a reason why you were rejected?
It might be an idea to either build up a larger collection of quality hubs (maybe 10-20) and apply again OR set up a blogger blog with some posts and apply through that. I got mine through a blogger blog.
I am not good at setting up a blog. I did try to set up a blog at wordpress but I guess I did not know how to promote it and I got very little views. I tried to apply from hubpages Afflifiated but always got rejected. They say my site is not good enough with not enough information.
If you have your own blog or website, you can apply based on that instead. But why were you rejected? And why do you keep on applying again - what has changed or been improved?
The first time I apply when I just joined hubpages and the second time I tried again when I have 2 hubs when I have some traffic but it kept rejecting me. Why some people can get the account so easily? They kept sending me to read the questions on why I was rejected which says my site contains unacceptable contents, which I dont know which ones.
Like WryLilt, I think you may need to write some more hubs before applying again. I don't see anything wrong with your hubs, at a glance.
Burning desire you are from that part of the world where you have to wait for may be six months or less before you get accepted. There are other threads that explain this, yep, this is a raw deal, but that is how Google works!
So much for the precision of Google's explanation for why the OP was rejected. This must very confusing for Burningdesire.
Sofs is right. Unfortunately, many online spammers come from Asia and India, forcing adsense to impose much stricter acceptances rules on people from those areas.
I am well aware of this, even though further research should be done on a country-by-country basis. However, in this case it is unfortunate if Google's explanation is so misleading.
Wasn't disagreeing with you, WE. Was just adding to Sofs comment.
I do agree that it is a pity that it effects good and bad writers across the board, simply based on their place of residence.
Feel free to agree with me anytime, WryLilt. I too am in agreement with Sofs and yourself. The 6-months rule is the most plausible explanation, although it would be prudent to double-check whether Burningdesire's country is one of those where the waiting period applies.
If that is the case Google is just not fair. Many writers are genuine and if google is just based on some black sheep destroying the real intention of some writers then I want to PROTEST!!!!
It does seem unfair at first.
Except that it took me less than five minutes to find:
Maher: Please. my friend this is my blog *******.blogspot.com please click on the google ad, and thank you very much! i want a 30imp+1ad n thank u very much dear freind
Moad: Please www.*********.blogspot.com this is my blog , I want to pay my school, I am a bit poor, and my father refuses to pay the school, help me MAHER i help you , so help me plz !
Asad Janjua: click on my ads and I http://********.blogspot.com/ will click on yours
Google isn't prejudice, they're just aware of the unfortunate truth.
So are you saying that the OP is posting these? If so, where did you get the name of her blog? Or are you saying that those posters were from Singapore? Or was that just an example of why Google has to protect its business?
I agree whichever way.
I'm not saying that the OP posted them, nor am I saying that they're from Singapore. They're from the last few days of comments actually on the official Adsense Facebook page. And while I'm aware that there are people the world over with such names, they do suggest perhaps Indian adsense members.
What I'm saying is, they do the whole six month thing for a reason, and that's what the reason is.
EDIT - Yes, just an example. Facebook is terrible for it, and it's on Googles page as well, so they're just asking to be banned.
Yes I have seen them on Facebook, thousands of them. I looked for a Google Adsense facebook group or fanpage to join once. What I saw made me realise that joining such a group would be Hubpages suicide.
OP means Original Poster. In this case that would be you.
OIC! So is that a compliment or an insult??
The person to start a new thread is usualy called the Original Poster (OP). The first post in a thread is called the Original Post. You happen to be the OP here, so that is just a fact.
I am yet to get approved for adsense , I have been told time and again that I have unacceptable content on my hubs, Phew , my foot ,..I could win hands down, with any saint on this issue - so much for Google's precision in telling me what my problem is !!! Just doesn't matter what corrective steps you take, this is Google's answer!!
Check out the adsense forums, you probably wont get a straight answer from Google, but you might be able to find some help in the community there.
The solution for you is to set up a Blogger account, publish a few good blog posts, and then apply via that site.
This is how I got approved, within 24 hours actually.
sofs, that's the reason I always got from them too!!
They may be rejecting you because one of your hubs contains three identical referral links with separate anchor text.
Try removing a couple and trying again.
Just a guess.
That is deep and very observant of you!
OH I didn't know that maybe I will try to delete those links. Thank you
Then all I can suggest is that you keep publishing, build a portfolio. I suspect that it has more to do with a low quantity of hubs then a low quality of hubs.
Are you sure that your allowed to use those fotosearch.com pics though? They don't state anywhere that you can use those samples on your content without paying for them?
I do suggest finding a free photo stock site, there are hubs on this topic, and swapping them out. That may well be part of the reason.
Is he/she FROM Asia or just IN Asia? And does that make any difference?
But the profile suggests that he/she may be backpacking.
Most likely not enough content.
Answer me these questions:
a) Are you from India?
b) Are you from China?
c) Did you give an Indian Address?
d) Did you give a Chinese Address?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then you need to continue to publish for 6 months before reapplying, at which point you will be accepted if your work is of a decent quality.
If the answer to ALL of these questions is No, then tell me where you are from (which country) and the country of the address which you gave. Dependant on your answer I may have a solution.
My approval took one hour and i had only written one hub but that was pure luck as my brother had warned me to have at least 25 hubs before applying.
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