Adsense Disable needs somkind of hubpages helps in Sharing Revenues
For the time being you can apply for one adsense account using your mom's name or a friend' name who has no record of previous adsense account.Once approved you can associated it with your hubpage.It works.
Lgali I think its been mentioned to you before but once your disabled for clicks there is very little if anything you can do. Apply again in a few months or so and see what they say. Adsense is strict and rarely gives accounts back. Gamergirl had luck if I remember but I believe it was because of something she could not control.
If you are able to use ebay or amazon, focus on those.
Sorry if it seems insensitive to those who lost their adsense accounts or can't get them, same goes for amazon and ebay, But I don't want Hubpages to change the earnings method to something where hubpages would pay the author. Which is what I think you mean by sharing revenues. It's not a good long term strategy and I want my hubs to be up indefinitely.
Hubpages business model is solid the way it is. They don't touch the money that is earned by the publishers. It should stay that way.
I am not asking for share of anybody money I just want to the share the traffic my pages getting from google advtrt as hubpages are still getting adsense traffic.This is just the request to share the traffic between hubpages and users only not other users.
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