I have checked the faq before asking I have just read about using google adsense and was just about to set up an account (have google account already).
In the guide on here it states it's best to wait until you have a few good established hubs as google can be quite picky. So as I'm very new here I should wait for a while? I was just wondering if you can re-apply to google adsense to link your account?
Or is it a case of if rejected that's it?
Thanks for your patience with a very new newbie!
I don't know for sure, but I know that I signed up for adsense when I'd only written a couple of hubs and I had no problem. However there have been comments on the forums that suggest its best to wait a bit, but haven't said how long. I haven't checked - but I assume you have written at least one hub, maybe wait till you've written a few and then apply. I am sure a hubbing expert will be along shortly to give you a proper answer! People are very friendly here and extremely helpful. Welcome to hubpages!
welcome to hubpages, your hubs look good. If you don't violate any Google TOS they are supposed to accept your account after writing few hubs.
You already have an Adsense account is what you say, why do you have to wait, just set up the account and start making it work for you. Welcome to HP and happy hubbing!
If you already have an account with Google Adsense, then there would be no reason to wait to enter in your Publisher's ID.
There is no re-applying necessary if you already have an account.
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