hello,as i mentioned before that my google adsense account is disabled due to insufficient content,i dunno what does it mean,i posted more than 4000 posts,and nearly 1000 pages,just want to know what should i do now?
So why are you asking here on HubPages where you definitely have insufficient content. Perhaps it's your failing to use capital letters when they are called for in a post or publication. Very unprofessional, if nothing else. Too much trouble?
From what I can see, you've been on the site for just over an hour, you have made this one post and you have zero Hubs. I happen to agree with Google that you have insufficient content and I'm not surprised that they declined your account.
He was linking to a blog and presumably tried to join for that blog.
Or he was just spamming us.
Or a brand new blog account hooked up to adsense to. So new to hub pages and new blog means No Adsense account.
This may be same person under different hub account. There is somebody who is joining, does nothing but post in forums and ask questions.
How did u find their blog, there is nothing in profile. If you go back and look at the making money on the forum, whatever it says, that takes you to a hub pages forum page, not this persons blog site.
He is linking to hub pages forum pages in his profile. There isn't a blog.
The <snipped link> was his blog this morning, before someone snipped it.
thanks that you are trying to help me,now i dunno what i should do? u also earlier mentioned that my blog got plenty of posts,but i still didn't get why google is not approving my request?
I was wondering what snipped was for. I don't think we can post personal external links in forum.
After reading about all of the issues with Adsense I have my own rememdy:
I use it here because I have to for any HP earnings.
I use it on other article submission sites when I am required to do so.
I do not monetize my blogs or web sites with Adsense at all.
I must agree with Linda. As far as my personal website and blog/article sites that do not require my AdSense pub ID, I do not use AdSense. They are too finicky and inconsistent in their decision making. On my own website I use a couple of CPM advertising companies and my own affiliate links. I have earned more with the CPM companies in one week than I made with PPC AdSense clicks in a whole month. As far as AdSense on these free article publishing sites, I have made nothing.... not one red cent. AdSense may work well for some people, but not for me. My style of writing (honest stories and rants) does not attract ad clickers. Also, no one should count on a residual or reliable online income based on AdSense. Personally, I've heard too many horror stories to trust AdSense.
Yarddog: I have a list of Alternatives to Adsense, but I have not had time to check them out yet. Another thing is if you write about golf clubs, they put ads on about building rockets. Google is so stuffy about content, yet their ads don't even fit the content.
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