Ok. With a "Active" google account, are the ads on your hubs that say "Ad's by google" yours? Because my google application was finaly accepted but i cant find anywhere to upload the google codes, so if they are automaticaly put there, do you still generate a profit as long as you affilate account says "Active".
Did you associate your adsense with hubpages account?
Check it here: http://hubpages.com/my/affiliate
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