Hello. I am new here, and I'm having problems. I wrote and published a hub and I think that I've submitted all of the information required to write here. I signed up for Google Adsense, and I think that I followed all the instructions. However, I just got an e-mail rejecting my application to Adsense for "insufficient content." What is wrong, and how do I fix it? Thank you for your help.
Write more hubs. They want to see more than just one hub before they will approve your application, usually.
Or start a Blogger blog, add a few posts, then apply again through Blogger which Google owns.
Once accepted you can add you ID here no matter how many hubs you have.
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