Most of my articles are only 800 words as of now. Would adsense consider such short works?
Yes! While 1000-word articles often perform best, 800 is more than sufficient to get Featured and attract AdSense. As long as it's quality writing and interlaced with pictures/videos, you should be fine. Keep at it and best of luck.
by danicole 5 years ago
What is sufficient content for Google Adsense?
by Jomana H 3 years ago
containing 600 to 800 the words on your hub is this enough or affect the number of traffic
by Traci Ruffner 4 years ago
I am trying to write a serious article about men choosing to self satisfy themselves sexually even when they have a willing partner and the reasons why. Every time I have to work around using the "m" word for self satisfying I get a little more frustrated, but apparently the...
by Cathy Jones 68 7 years ago
I am new to Hub pages and have just posted my first page. I thought I was going to be able to earn some sort of income from the Google Ads on my page, but I was disapproved for a Google Adsense account, so I guess I will not receive any payment at all. Just how much content is sufficient before I...
by John Hollywood 8 weeks ago
I have a question that I hope someone from HP will answer. I have an article that has been up for about 5 years. It has been edited by HP Pro. Drives LOTS of traffic to Paired Life (as in one of your biggest articles). Who was the moderator who thought it was a good idea to turn off my advertising?...
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