Hey everyone, I am new to Hubpages and I have question. Please help me with this! I have 2 hubs presently and I will post more so that I will get an approved Adsense account. Imagine that I get my account approved.. Later can I use this account to show ads on my blog? Is this against the policies of Google?
You mean on your blog outside of HubPages? Of course! Once you're signed up for AdSense, as I understand it at least, you're free to use it wherever you like.
I'm going to check with Marina to see if I'm somehow wrong; if I am, she'll chime in.
What Simone said used to be true (before Nov '12). Now, if you wish to use your AdSense Id outside of HubPages (assuming you applied for the account through HubPages) you'll need to complete a one-time additional application via your AdSense account. If you get approved, you can use the Id on your blog.
Actually, that is not correct. It used to be the case, but Google changed the policy towards the end of last year.
If someone gets an Adsense account through a revenue-sharing site, that account can only be used on revenue-sharing sites.
In order to use such an account on a personal web site, it will be necessary to submit the site to Google for approval.
Fortunately, the policy is not retroactive!
Oops, posted simultaneously with Marina!
WA, I've had an adsense account for 3 years - are you saying that I would not have to get approval for that account to be used elsewhere or that if I were already using it elsewhere I would not have to get approval to continue that usage?
If your Adsense account was approved before that date last November, you are free to use it wherever you like, regardless of how you obtained it and regardless of whether or not you have used it on your own sites yet.
TY. Good to know - I recently joined WebAnswers and linked in my account there with no problem, but didn't know if all revenue sharing sites were being considered as one. It didn't occur to me to even ask - I just put in the account number and waited for those pennies to accumulate.
^She's right! No new limits are being imposed on accounts that were approved before Nov 2012.
Thanks guys! It helped me. I'll get Adsense approved on Hubpages and I'll later submit my application for my blog!
Link from the Google adsense official blog .
http://adsense.blogspot.com/2012/11/upd … -host.html
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