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I wanted to apply for new adsense publisher but it seems they make it tight. I'm afraid to be disapproved. Oh No no!!
Source: http://adsense.blogspot.com/2011/08/new … ocess.html
How do you expect to get approval if you've not published anything? Make some quality content first.
Great.. Quilligrapher wish me good luck for my application. I will let you know for the progress. I read some tips out there also.! (:
Didn't know Adsense did much rejecting. Then again it's been quite a while since I registered. If you are really concerned with being approved I think the easiest thing for you to do would be to make an account at blogger.com ...since the site is owned by Google and pretty much goes through the Adsense process for you, it should make it a pretty sure shot that you'll be accepted. Then again, don't try it without any content on there.
Everything, everywhere just keeps getting more and more difficult. Pretty soon the whole system is going to come crashing down.
And this concludes my cheerful thought for the day.
thanks everyone.. original content is a key to success.. great!
I had an AdSense account before joining HubPages and I remember when I signed up to AdSense, back in the day, I had to have a website/blog with content. They had to approve it that way, so this isn't news to me.
When I helped my sister get her AdSense account hooked up to HubPages, she essentially just signed up with HubPages and hopped on over to AdSense and signed up. It was crazy easy and I was like, "What? You only have to wait like x days to get set up? I had to wait forever!"
I can see reasons why AdSense has this procedure, though.
very well, this is great got some good news from others. Thank a lot!
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