My account was once approved by Google AdSense but after some days they disapproved it for the reason "Insufficient Content". Thereafter I wrote a few hubs and requested them to reapprove my account. Regretfully it is said that neither Google AdSense are approving my account nor sending any reply even after lapse of many days. Due to this my account with Ad Program, eBay Program and Google Analytics still remains “Inactive”, which is not only affecting my earning but is also discouraging me to write further. It is interesting to note that Ads on my hubs read “Ad by Google”. Please advise me “What to do?”
This is not satisfying reply. If I open a new accountat HubPages, what will happen to my present account and existing hubs written by me?
Why AdSense approved my account when I had written only 02 hubs and why they are not replying me? This is very discouraging.
Can I use my present hubs on new account if I open it?
You can have more than one account.
The fact is you need to have something that meets their requirements (which are hard to pin down). This generally means a hub account with 10+ great hubs or a blog with some good regular posts over 6 months or so.
This is again not satisfying reply rather depressing as my queries as under has not been replied.
1. If I open a new accountat HubPages, what will happen to my existing hubs written by me written on my present account? Will it be waste?
2. Can I use my present hubs on new account? If not, I think I have wasted my precious 45 days on hubpages.com
3. Why did AdSense approve my account at first instance when I had written only 02 hubs
4. Why they are not replying me?
5. Do you suggest me that I should wait for 6 months for approval of my account with AdSense? Does it seems sensible?
Remove your existing Hubs for a few days (unpublish). They will get removed from Google index in a few days. You can then publish them on your new account.
Adsense approves the applications in 2 steps. First they check the account details after which they give a "partial approval", which you received. However, in the final review they rejected your application because of insufficient content. So, in short it means they never actually approved your account completely.
They are a big company with million of publishers. They will rarely give a direct reply for common queries.
It is not necessary to wait for 6 months. You can apply after publishing 10 quality Hubs.
"This is again not satisfying reply rather depressing as my queries as under has not been replied.
1. If I open a new accountat HubPages, what will happen to my existing hubs written by me written on my present account? Will it be waste?"
And I said: you can have more than one account
'2. Can I use my present hubs on new account? If not, I think I have wasted my precious 45 days on hubpages.com'
Moot--you can have more than one account
"3. Why did AdSense approve my account at first instance when I had written only 02 hubs"
"4. Why they are not replying me?"
Because they don't. Millions of people use their service. They don't provide support.
"5. Do you suggest me that I should wait for 6 months for approval of my account with AdSense? Does it seems sensible?"
You have two options that reliably work, 10 hubs or a 6 month old blog. It is not my job to make the universe comply with what you consider sensible.
But thanks for just blowing off my advice as 'unsuitable'. I'll be sure to ignore you questions in the future.
Please don't mind his rudeness! We Asians (especially Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshi) are not native English speakers and can sometimes sound rude even when we intend not to.
Also, new online writers at Hubpages like publishing platform don't understand the difference between a forum and a customer care service They can become rude as if they are talking to a customer service representative and think that it is our responsibility to provide a detailed 'satisfactory' answer. If this is the case, just give him some time, he will mellow down.
Anyhow, I don't think he wanted to sound rude in first place. So please don't get miffed.
I am retired senior citizen.One of the main factor for writting on hubpages had definitely been "Earning". I have not been rude but because of experience with AdSense, the writing on hubs has not only proved waste of time but has discouraged me. Had AdSense approved my account I would have written more 10 hubs by this time.
Google has a wait period of 6 months for Asians.. and you come under that geographic criteria...
Google needs to know that you are serious about writing online..With less than ten hubs you are never going to earn much... if you want to earn you have to keep researching and writing.. It is always a risk writing online... you are always under the mercy of big G..it does actually take 6 months to reach payout...
Applying from a second mail id/ account is disastrous.. Google has your both your Ip address and your location address.. it doesn't pay to get on the wrong side of big G
Start a blog and post consistently for 30 days... (I mean serious posts) it is possible that Google could review and accept you before the six month wait period,... it helps to be more polite on forums. People go out of their way to help you.
You mean you would have COPIED 10 more hubs by this time, right?
People just amaze me sometimes...
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