In my affiliate code for Google it says ,"Refused by Google" ,though they are still displaying ads on my Hubpage , I am confused ,if they have refused Adsence account then y r they displaying ads on my hubpage ,any idea?
ads displayed on your hubs are share of hubpages impressions. you can check it by right click on any hub and then 'view sources", check the publisher ID in page source.
I am just wondering - why in the world spiritual being might need an Adsense account?
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