i am new to hubpages and adsense. so as per the instructions i created a google adsense account. but google replied that i did not satisfy and required criteria and did not give me an account. what should be done?
Do anyone of the following:
1. Write some quality hubs and publish and try to get some good traffic. Also take advantage of your Profile Page on Hubpages.
2. Try to create a Blog on Blogger and Promote it. Try to make it the BEST that you can.
3. You can also go for a Personal website on any topic that you understand well but this should be the last option since you are new to this internet business.
Once you are done, apply for Adsense.
Good Luck !
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