Hello fellow Hubbers,
I could not get any confirmation of my Adsense account from Google. My email address changed almost 2 years ago and Google wants me to open a new account and discard the old account. The problem with this is I have a lot of website pages with my old adsense code and I am not happy to loose my income from them. Is it possible to open a new account with Google using my new email address and changed all my adsense code from my old existing pages? I figure I will have 2 codes when I have the new account until I changed all my old adsense code. Any problem with this with Google? Thanks for your help.
You can open a new Gmail account and then associate the same with your current adsense account.
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