I've applied for adsense a few times but they keep rejecting me for reasons such as "Domain ownership" or "Page type" which I believe are just non-sense.
Some fellow hubbers suggested that I should wait for 6 months ( because I live in Asia) and get a minimum of 75 score. Well now that I have 75 score. I wanted to re-apply again but with my Canadian status.
Should I do this? Do they have a limit for how many times you can apply?
If you live in Asia you may have to wait the six month period and write good collection of hubs.. The deal is that anyways you will start making adsense money only when your hubs have aged a bit.. well the bad thing is you may lose out on the HP ads as well.
Try the route WE suggested to Marcoujor may help
http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/70201 check it out ...but I am not so sure that this works for Asians . Best wishes to you !!
Re-applying with your Canadian status makes sense, provided you have a genuine attachment to and part residence in that country. I do not believe that the author score is of relevance; however, the quality of your content is. As you can see when you go to the AdSense application form, you must certify whether or not you already have an AdSense account. If you have not previously been approved, you can apply again.
You need to give your correct Canadian address in the application. Hubscore or Hubberscore may not be an issue, but content needs to be of good quality and original.
Yes, the address had better be correct. A pin code will be sent to that address. And it has to match up with bank account information in that country as well. Not to mention the taxation aspects.
I have a real address so that's not the issue. The real issue being google mysterious reason for rejecting our approval! =[
When you come to this forum asking for help and guidance, giving you full and proper advice is very much the issue. Your original posts has emphasis on that you would like to know whether or not to use the alternate address, and that is what we have been responding to.
I will suggest to create a blogger site (blogspot) and post several articles there. Use this site as your main website to apply an adsense account.
Hi Caesar Lau, welcome to Hubpages! If you are going to apply again for an Adsense account, please follow the instructions in the link below. You said your applications had been rejected for reasons of "domain ownership" or "page type." This will give you step by step instructions and will give you the answer for the domain ownership issue. Good luck!
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/1-2- … s-adsense/
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