kinda new here, so when I applied for ad sense, I got a reply saying they can't accept me because my page is under construction. Which I can assure you is not. So if anyone has had the same thing going or knows what's to be done, please help me!! In detail, their message read :
Under construction: We've found that your site's pages are incomplete or under construction. We require websites to be launched and navigable
before being considered for AdSense. Your site must also contain enough
content for our specialists to review, and to display relevant ads.
Once the majority of your site is complete and functional, we'll be
happy to reconsider your application.
thanks for reading.
You only have two hubs, that's not yet enough. Write more quality hubs to prove to Google that you're serious about making money online. You have to realize they also send these emails to stand-alone websites, which can still be 'under construction'. That explains why you get this email, it just means you applied too early.
Jared you said it - you're new And welcome to Hubpages by the way!
It's a generic email. It just means that you need to write some more hubs, get them/your hubbing portfolio looking good then re-apply.
Go away, learn the ropes of the site, get writing and publishing and try again a little way down the line.
Edit - should have added that hubbers from India and Pakistan really struggle getting an account. I'll try find a forum post that shows why etc
by ericwen 7 years ago
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by gulnazahmad 7 years ago
When I applied for Google ad sense I received an e-mail that my site is under construction. Why...is it that I received it? Though my hubs are complete they are not under construction.
by 01i 8 years ago
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by shinujohn2008 9 years ago
Now in Adsense Account in The "Get Ads" Tab "Adsense for Domains is available.Adsense Team says that , if you have a page with no content on it or under construction page or 404 error pages, then AdSense for domains is there to help you. See more details Here
by xpressrite 3 years ago
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by Patricia Scott 6 years ago
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