Should you leave Hubpages after losing Adsense account?
Since my adsense account was suspended without warning or reason given and being ignored by Google to find out why, I have found this to be a common occurrence on how Google serves its users.
I have viewed and listened to first hand testimonials on Youtube about people who have lost their adsense accounts. I have also read the many hubs people have wrote about losing their adsense accounts also. Ironically use Google itself to search for phrases such as “adsense” account suspended and see the countless results.
Should you give up writing on Hubpages? I thought yes until after many months I logged onto hubpages and found I had a small but steady stream of income from the Hubpage earnings program. I also made a small amount from Amazon. I got to thinking, imagine if I had continued writing new hubs during those many months when I had given up on Hubpages because of adsense.
I have read many success stories of people using adsense and I hoped to have been a success story using their program also. The money would be nice especially since I will soon be unemployed, though I like writing more for the pleasure I get out of writing then the money itself.
Legally, I guess Google doesn’t have to pull their ads from your work, morally I believe they do. Big business plays by different rules then most of us do. Google is a billion dollar big business that has it's own rules. Not accountable to me, you or anyone. At the very least that is the attitude they project to me.
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I have also found many people frustrated and scared that they may wake up one day and find their adsense account deactivated or suspended. I remember that is exactly what happened to one writer I read about. He felt sick that he didn't explore other avenues to make money on- line using other affiliate programs. His income came to a screeching halt.
I'm searching and will use other programs. To answer my question whether a person should give up on Hubpages due to a loss of your adsense account my answer is resolute no! I'm still sorting out the results people have had using the Hubpage earnings program in addition to the ebay program. Any info would be appreciated.
I'm wondering if it's worth it to use the eBay program in conjunction with the Amazon program and if it's even worth using the eBay program. I can say I'm very happy with the platform Hubpages has provided to writers such as myself. I do get very angry when I see Google ads plastered all over my pages, my work, that they are profiting from but I also understand that Hubpages must have some sort of agreement with Google. When I signed up with Hubpages there must have been something in the fine print about allowing adsense to intrude upon my hubs even though I can't use adsense.
Let me be clear, I'm not blaming Hubpages, they are a business and are here to make a profit. Google also is a business that wants to make a profit. The difference is Hubpages share the profits with the writers, which Google does to a degree , unless that is, they suspend your account and all bets are off. Google will then continue making profits off your work but will keep all the profits.
Hubber's tale of a lost adsense account
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After putting in alot of effort in writing hubs and publicizing those Hubs, my Adsense acount was suspended so i no longer have a means to monetize this effort. Without Adsense, my Hub'ing days have come to an end!!
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