I've been trying to get into the Google Adsense Program, but I seem to fail all the time
In my first tries, it said "insufficient content", but now that I have 7 hubs in total, it says "unacceptable site content".
What might be the problem?
Any clue on this guys? All help will be appreciated.
1) read the AdSense rules for your resident country. That's really important.
2) Make more Hubs. From Goggle's point of view, seven hubs that are only two weeks old are not going to make them any money.
3) reapply in six months. It's going to take you that long to build up enough content and traffic for you to be able to earn more than fractions of pennies anyway.
I'm somehow aware. But, I've read that it's only in China and India.
Also, some hubbers claim that even if they reside in places where there's a 6-month rule, they were accepted immediately.
But, I guess you're right. I must wait for 6 months. Thanks for this advice.
Anyway, I should be prioritizing more writing hubs, because that's the main objective here in hubpages -- to write.
Thanks again relache! This cleared things up!
Unacceptable could be a lot of things: nudity, drugs (incl legal ones), gambling, swear words, asking people to click ads etc etc.
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