I never gave up. I have had about 15 Adsense account from my amateur websites which were disabled after few months. Now, I trust hubpages so much from having legit adsense.
Hey Mark Johann- AdSense is something that Google issues to people on a case-by-case basis; they don't care about us, they care about the person, so if you have had AdSense revoked in the past, I am afraid you will probably not get it back when applying through HubPages.... :-/
Thanks for the reply in the forum. Thanks for the clarification.
What I mean is that I had Adsense account before by appying through my own website. Later, it was disabled. Few months ago, I applied again from Hubpages and I got approval. I am happy it is not disabled yet so I am lucky I am here in HP.
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