Hi Hubbers, I have signed up for Google AdSense program a month ago, and I have received the following text in my Google Adsense homepage:
We are working on connecting your site
"This usually takes up to 3 days, but in some cases, it can take a bit longer. We'll email you when everything’s ready."
up till now, I haven't received any emails from them, and I don't know what does that mean, please note that my Ad program and Google Adsense are active on the Hubpages with a minimum amount of money. I don't know if my Adsense status is affecting the amount of money I am receiving from Hubpages. Does anyone have an advice or an explanation to what is going on? thank you
Hi, Salma, if Google Adsense is active then everything is ok and your earnings include the earnings for Adsense program too. Maybe they just didn't send the Email by mistake or maybe it is just somewhere within your Email account and you have not seen it.
Thank you Barack for your explanation, I checked my email account and made sure that I haven't received any emails from them. BTW Google Adsense is only active in my Hubpages account, however, my status hasn't changed in Google Adsense homepage for a month, it still shows that they are still woking on connecting my site, and I have to wait for 3 days. I hope as you mentioned, everything is ok, thanks a lot
I have the same case with you. My earnings settings says that my google adsense is active but when visiting my google adsense account it says "It will take up to 3 days ......." What I'm thinking about is why you still experience this issue considering you've been here in HP for 7 months and published 10+ articles.
All I can say is I have the same problem, and I am trying to be patient. My AdSense changed the note from the 3 days down to 1 day of connecting at one point and the AdSense acct. asked me to verify my email and phone number which I have done, but I still am not able to place ads on my "active" account. It is now back to the 3 days note for me that you are seeing too. Don't get it either.
That seems to be a common issue. I have received a notification that it takes three days that was a month ago. Not quite sure what to think with that.
It also depends on where you signing up from. places like india and others can take up to 6 months from the time you apply for an adsense account. When I applied they sent an email stating I needed at least 11 articles and more text than pictures. I had to reapply once I did everything they said to do.
If you do not have your own website, and your own adsense approved on that website, then I assume you are trying to get it via hubpages.
There has to be some special way of getting one here, as you cannot get it the normal way.
You cannot add code, claim a domain, etc.
If you did sign up with adsense in the normal way, then google will wait until doomsday to approve you. They are waiting for you to add the code to your webpage.
If you get approved via hub, you cannot automatically use adsense on your own sites.
The question is, did you follow the process spelled out on hub?
If you did, and you are still waiting, chances are the decision has been made. You were either approved or rejected.
Did they ever send you an email with a link to finish the set up? If not, I assume you were not approved.
Yes I am trying to get it via hubpages, and followed the process on hub, I don't why they don't email me with their decision whatever it is, really it is very strange! thank you for your input
I applied through HP earnings section, and about three weeks ago, there were codes placed on my HP accounts with ads on my articles and as of today it's showing earnings of 25cents. I never placed those codes and I haven't yet been approved by Adsense. I have the same 'working on connecting your site, could take three days' message on my Adsense account page and everything is greyed out. I obviously have not been approved yet. I've not received any emails from Adsense. How and why are there codes on my HP articles? Does this mean I was approved, not approved, or I'm supposed to still wait? I'm so confused and no one seems to have an answer!
I have now been fully connected to AdSense. I noticed in another post that, HP recommends that you be on here a month for the U.S. with 10-15 articles before applying for AdSense and 6 months for other countries. Also, AdSense does not disclose their approval process, sometimes they hold writers to different standards. Also AdSense can approve you temporarily and then re-asses and you you can still be pending.
there is info about ads and adsense in forums for new hubbers. there are many answers there. but hub pages controls the ads and they look after them. but adsense takes a bit to get approved sometimes. you can go to settings and check to see if its active yet. google sent me an emaqil once it was. The configure button will show if you are connected or not.
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