My adsense association with hubpages was declined because of previous violations - I've had several substandard hubpages accounts before which were of low quality but I honestly intend to post quality content on that account- could this issue be resolved or should I forget about it ? Plz I'd be grateful if I received an answer from moderators even if it's negative answer just to know where I'm standing
Dear you have lost your hen which lays golden eggs but tell me from which country you are and what type of violations you have done.
Please consult the "rejection" email sent to you by Google. It will give you instructions to fix whatever issue caused the disapproval and give you instructions on how to reapply. If you still have questions about the disapproval, you should respond to that email to reach the AdSense support team who will be able to address the issue.
Resubmitting your AdSense application: https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=81904
Disabled account FAQ:
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=57153
My adsense id is banned by hubpages..it has nothing to do with my adsense account..it's banned in hubpages records..do you get it?
I get that message "association disabled by hubpages for past violations"
I'm from Egypt and these violations were things like hubs with poor grammar and some duplicate content but all these things were in the past several years ago..I've stopped using these accounts from too long and when I decided to be back and submit high quality hubs I discovered that issue so that means it's over,,I won't be given another chance
Considering that you had issues with duplicate content, which I'm assuming means you were copying other people's work, it isn't likely that Google Adsense will be very forgiving. They don't like that sort of thing, and neither does HubPages.
It is unfortunate for you but a good reminder to others to think carefully before reapplying. Multiple reapplications without addressing the problems will cause your account to be permanently declined. You can try and appeal it but make sure you have about the best set of hubs or other website that ever existed first (you currently have zero featured hubs)--and even then appeals are very rarely successful.
That just means they don't have current and valid Adsense info in your profile.
Hubpages can't ban you from Adsense. They are unrelated programs.
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