It´s kind of annoying. I thought I was following all the correct procedures. I have not yet received an email from Google explaining why my app has been rejected.
Mine is still denied. Its been over a week and they havent reveiwed it either. Thre is a phone number listed on there webpage for customer service tho.. and im gonna call it.
Go to blogger.com and start a blog. Make a post or 2 every day for a month then re-apply for an adsense account through blogger. Doing it here with only one hubpage of content is a certain denial.
Fair enough...I haven´t posted more hubs because I wanted to get the adsense account in order first. I´ve only been here a little over a week. That being said, it sounds as though I would have better luck applying for an adsense account elsewhere.
Google requires substantial web content before they approve an AdSense account. One Hub fits their definition of "insufficient."
So can you please tell at least how many hubs needed to get an Adsense.
I can't remember when I got mine but it was many years before hubpages and I think it was from blogger or some other Google owned property. Things have changed a lot over the past couple years and now Google wants to see content on pages before they give out an adsnese account.
You could put up a lot of content in a relatively short period of time using blogger by posting youtube videos with a commentary or something in that nature. Once Google sees that you are serious about blogging and providing online content then they will issue you an account... providing you live in the states. People in India, I believe, have to wait 6 months.
I think Relaceh said it all. But just how many hubs do I get to earn google adsence approval?
The answer is "enough", not a set number. Ten is often enough if they are good hubs, but there is no guarantee.
Put your first ten to 20 hubs down to Work Experience. Besides your only missing out on cents not big dollars until people know you are there !
Like Relache said, it'll take a number of hubs before it is 'enough.' However, since you're so new, it's not likely that your hubs are bringing in a substantial amount of traffic, so, in the meantime, the hubs you build will only reach a nice, ripe age in Google.
In the time that it'll take to get a few more hubs down, you'll be just starting to bring in search engine traffic on some of your older hubs.
The more hubs the better for earnings, anyway.
Best of luck! Your one hub is really interesting, so I do hope you stick around.
Thank you everyone for all your responses. I think my lesson learned here is that I need a little more patience. In the meantime, I will follow all you suggestions.
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