So, I'm new to HubPages and I jumped the gun to sign up for Google Adsense. I noticed there was an error in creating a Google Adsense account with HubPages, so I decided to create an Adsense account through Google to hopefully link it to my HubPages account.
I've found out that the error is being worked on and I've been told by HubPages to wait until it is fixed to sign up for Adsense through HubPages or else it would be rejected.
So now my dilemma is that since I've already created the Google Adsense account, do I have to delete that account and create a new email account to sign up for Adsense through HubPages, or can I just deactive the Adsense account and just sign up for it through HubPages using the same email.
I don't understand very well your case but
1. If you have already created and got approved for a Google Adsense account on your own then you could associate the HubPages account to your Google adsense
2. If you applied for a Google Adsense account and you do not know if you got approved then you should wait to see if they Google will approve it
3. If you did not apply nor got approved for a Google Adsence account you may want to wait for Hubpages to fix the problem
In any case: you need a Gmail address
and I'm not sure that is a good idea to delete anything you started
PS: with only 2 hubs you may want to concentrate in writing.
You have a Google adsense account=win!
Each person gets one and only one. So just sit on it. When you are ready to use it on Hubpages, do so.
So the thing is, since I saw the error message to create the Adsense account through HubPages, I decided to just create the account through google.
It hasn't approved for anything so does that mean I can still make the Adsense account through HubPages using the same email address?
Or would that count as making a duplicate account?
You will find that you do not need to make another account (impossible anyway - google will only allow one account per household). Just supply the adsense code to HP.
You can have only *one* adsense account, total, ever.
It doesn't matter a fig how you make it.
If you actually do have an Adsense account just add your Adsense member number to your Hubpages profile.
If you don't have an account, get one. Either way--they go to exactly the same application page.
OK, this is just my humble opinion. Adsense sucks! I was banned 20 months ago and have yet to be given a reason. Not that I really care. I don't hub for the money. I simply enjoy spouting off.
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