How many Google adsense account can one have or its agaisnt their TOS to have more than one
Only one but you can use the same affiliate ID in multiple place. More then one account will cause you a permanent ban from adsense.
I believe you can only have one per person and per physical address.
So if you and someone else you live with both use hubpages, you both need to share an adsense account.
Only one ....And you should be in alignment with this...!!
Yes, Google does only allow one account.
They purposefully make it hard to get an account, and include the one id per physical address rule, because they have to deal with so many spam accounts.
Google only allows you to have one adsense ID.But you can have a business account adsense ID where you would get your payment in your company name.
You can only have one- try to make a second one and you will most certainly find yourself on the sharp end of the "ban stick."
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