I am the member on the hubpages since two years,i never tried to apply for adsense program before but now when i am trying to do it google adsense say that your website must not be of the subdomain type.i have written my website address as prashantangiras.hubpages.com while submitting the application but i am getting rejected every time,i have given it so many tries but every time i fail,any help is highly appreciated.
If they are no longer accepting subdomains for adsense then you are not going to get accepted via hubpages I'm afraid, as your domain is a subdomain (the main domain being hubpages)
When I first started with adsense I got accepted via their blogspot service - that is also a subdomain so I dont know if they have changed the rules since or if they consider blogspot to be acceptable (as it is 'theirs').
My advice would be to spend a few bucks on a domain (you can get them for about $10) and link it to blogspot, then throw up a blog there with a few quality articles, then reapply using that
This is the address you need to give... http://prashantangiras.hubpages.com/
Try to have at least ten hubs before you apply, make sure that you edit your hubs, ensuring that your grammar and sentences are at an acceptable level to the reader online.... Since you have been here for two years but only seven hubs Google may have issues approving your application..
Start a blog on blogger and post regularly.. that speeds up the process .
The problem is that domain - http://prashantangiras.hubpages.com/ - is still a subdomain so I am not sure it will do any good no matter how many hubs you have
I don't have experience with this, just going by what the OP said about Adsense's reasons
Everyday possibly thousands of people are applying for adsense through Hubpages and getting approved. There is no problem with that.. Google has many other considerations for approval... geographic location is a main concern, often it has been reported on these forums that having fewer hubs is an issue.. Subdomain is not and may never be an issue...
Fair enough, as I said I had no experience or knowledge of doing it through HP - was just taking Google at it's word (should learn from that mistake)
well i have applied in this format i.e http://prashantangiras.hubpages.com/,but still i was rejected,anyway i appreciate your support.
There is no problem with that.. Google has many other considerations for approval, geographic location is a main concern,
7 hubs is a bit of a thin basis to apply upon. 10 or more hubs are recommended. If you could state the reason for the application being declined, this discussion will become more constructive.
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