I've had a hub account for quite a while, with adsense activated and working fine. I just started a blog (<snipped link>, in case its the problem somehow). When I added the blog to my adsense account, it seems that my hub account was deleted somehow, and I'm not sure what to do. any suggestions would be wonderful.
Thank you for the reply. I'm sorry for not being more clear.
I did have a channel set up for hubpages, but it's no longer there, that's what I meant by deleted. It still appears to be linked in the affiliates page (I haven't done anything to remove it that I'm aware of). It just looks like the Hubpage info doesn't exist.
Have you reached your URL channel limit? Did you try adding it again?
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