Hello! I am new to hubpages, I have not yet signed up for google adsense as they require hubbers from certain places to hold account for at least 6 months. I am losing out on the revenue I may be making. Please give me advice to handle the situation.
Those ads are by hubpages.com. Build some more hubs and apply for adsense. Wishing you luck.
You said it already in your question - they require you to be here 6 months if you are from certain countries. You have been here 3 months - so write a load of hubs and wait for accept from Hubpages for Adsense. You ae losing very little as visitor numbers generally remain low for the first six months anyway before the hib ages and starts to work properly if you have backlinked properly etc. When your accoutn comes online then the hubs should be about ready to earn.
It does look complicated at first to create your own google adsense account and then link it to hub pages. But the tools provided by Hub pages do help. It usually takes a couple of days to start a google adsense account and to get approved. You will need a google email address. But once you have seen it through you will be able to select your own ads best suited to you hub. As I am finding now just a few weeks into using hub pages once you configure you Google Adsense, Amazon, Ebay and Kontera you will play a part in fine tuning the adverts that appear on your hub and you will earn a stake in the revenue from these as well. My advice is take it bit by bit and the advertising side of hubpages will become clearer. As I understand the hubpages adverts only appear on your hubs into you have started you own account with the advertisers like google, amazon and ebay. Good luck and take it in stages. Get your hubs up to a good standard first which will make getting approval easier.
thank you kannanwrites and safiq for the help. I have another query, what score should my hubs have to make approval easier?
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