I have been writing for the past eight months,have not been associated with Google although it reads active.Google said no acount is associated with my hub, what do I do.?
Goto my account>affiliate settings>click modify beside the word google and either link your current account, or if you don't have one, make one.
Have you checked that hubpages is enabled on your account? In google adsense click My Account>Account Access and you can enable and disable access for all sites that you use with adsense.
Otherwise, have you broken adsense ToS in some way and had your account closed?
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