I got rejected too in Google Adsense. But I figured that's because I only got 1 hub.
So my question now will be, how many hubs will I need so I get approved?
What other things should I do to be approved?
I, too got rejected initially by Adsense, but that was because I made the mistake of applying literally after signing up for Hubpages.
Best thing to do, is reapply after you've written at least 10 good quality hubs, that should do the trick.
Write at least ten hubs before you apply, these should be original and unique to hub pages. Start a b logger blog and post regularly until you get approved... this usually works. best wishes to you.
I applied for google adsense when opening my blog (blogspot) and it didn't contain a lot of texts that time, it was practically empty if compared to HP work. They accepted me. Try it, it may work with you.
This may not be the case for applicants from certain countries. Adsense has certain Geographic restriction and they approve when they have ensured that the applicant is genuine and not a spammer.
Since yougotme is from Philippines it would be advisable to have at least ten hubs in place and if possible the bogger blog too.. INMHO
I had the same scenario as you are having right now. Make sure that you have at least 10 hubs, which are bearing original, unique, useful and interesting content. If you are already getting a decent amount of traffic, then getting accepted is no big deal.
I got rejected the first time to, after writing two hubs. I got accepted a few days later when I applied after writing two more hubs. 10 seems to be more preferential though.
by Ambiga Jeyaratnaraja 5 years ago
Hi,I do not why Google is not approving my Adsense application. Am from India and I heard that people from India should wait minimum 6 months to apply for Adsense. Also they should have published minimum 10 hubs. I have done all these things. But when I apply to Adsense, am not getting approved....
by Kyle Lopez-Vito 5 years ago
Rejected by Google AdSense due to insufficient content.Google basically says I need to write more and as far as any of my hubs are concerned, I'm writing over thousands of words and none of them copy pasted, obviously. It can be a bit comprehensive but I believe they're structured and as far as...
by Kim Milai 4 years ago
Hi All,Just wanted to give a heads up that I carefully prepared and edited 10 of my hubs, as per the instructions then applied for Adsense and I was soundly rejected the next day. I don't pretend to be the greatest writer but I am confident in my writing skills and reading appeal for the subjects I...
by Crystal Tatum 3 years ago
I was rejected from Google AdSense due to insufficient content.I've only posted one hub thus far, so that makes sense, I guess, but the rejection notification said I need more complete sentences on my site. I'm confused. I'm definitely writing in complete sentences! Can anyone advise? Thanks.
by H Lax 5 years ago
Since Google AdSense hasn't approved me, my hubs aren't earning anything from anywhere. I've been told that ads show up on my page but that they belong to hubpages and I won't get paid for those. I guess hubpages is earning money off my hubs but I am not. Is this the case? I have other hubs I would...
by jfroberg 6 years ago
I have posted one quality Hub and Adsense keeps rejecting it as "insufficient content." There are over 1500 words, 2 pictures, 7 keywords and a link. May I have an honest opinion, please?
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