I want to apply for Google Adsense soon, and I read that I can put my Hubpages URL as the website that I want to use it on. I have written a few Hubs but I have not published them yet. Should I publish them before I get Adsense, or wait until I get it?
I was wondering this because I don't want Google to think that my Hubpages is going to be unproductive, but I am unsure as what to do. What do you all think?
Publish about 10-15 hubs. Get a decent traffic. Then apply for Adsense. Google will approve your Adsense application only if you have substantial original content.
So publish your hubs soon and then apply for Adsense.
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