Hye, is this true that google will not accept my google adsense application via hubpages, i got this information from this link:
http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/A … &hl=en
I wonder if this is the reason why my application keeps rejected...
It is often difficult for people in India, Southeast Asia and China to get accounts.
There is a forum discussion about it here:
Someone else may be able to help you more with this. Don't give up.
Interesting link! A level 6 response says that "recently Google are not accepting Hubpages".
If this true, it is news to me. However, don't give up. I'm not sure if Malaysia is on the six months waiting time or not, by why not start a google blog at blogger.com and build up your blog a bit, then re-apply.
You'll probably do better at blogger the way things are going on HP anyway.
Yes, you may have to wait for six months before you get approved, now this seems to be a firm rule for all Asians. I don't believe that Google is rejecting application through HP my friend has applied and got hers last week ..Keep writing hubs and build up a good number so when your account is approved they will start earning right away ..best wishes to you
Well, looks like i maybe have to wait another 6 months... Hmmm Just have to keep writing new hubs on hubpages... Thanks all for the advise...
You're welcome...but the correct terminology is "thanks for all the advice" not advise.
You advise someone, they give you advice
Oh... Typing mistake.... Sorry.... Thanks for the advice : D
Sorry, it's a common mistake for non-English speakers, I was only trying to help (obviously you don't need it).
I never pull people up for spelling errors, but I will point out mistakes in the hope that all can learn.
I get confused with practice or practise, even now
Apply with Google sites at first,in case you are not accepted then try with blogger blog.But the easiest way to have adsense account is via Youtube,if you already have a high traffic video.
Hey there IzzyM you're talking about a common mistake for native English users too. And mentioning "practice" and "practise" sent me to my dictionary or to my Practical English Usage (Swan). We should all have resources handy since spell check doesn't solve every problem. I can't seem to type "from". All I get is "form". The O is typed with my stronger (right) hand and so it always seems to come first. Spell check doesn't help with that. And BTW does the period go inside or outside of the quotation marks at the end of a sentence? Someone should write a HUB about that - although I bet someone already has - - ENJOY
And, BTW, I have been turned down for an Adsense account five times. I live in Thailand but Adsense isn't polite enough to say that is why, if that is why. It seems fishy. I even opened a Gmail acct and a Blogger acct - both owned by Google. And put five "blogs" on Blogger before applying there. That was someone's "trick" on a forum. Then I was turned down there too. Go figure. As best as I figure without Adsense revenue there is little we can expect in the way of income form (oops, from) HPs. So, as I fool around here I like to think I am practising (oops) before starting my novel.
Hello everyone, I must have gotten lucky. I was approved the first go around, don't ask me how, because I have no idea.
Thanks to all for a great forum
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