Is there any problem if I put new adsense code into hubpages?
Google suspended my adsense account three month ago which I got through Hubpages. If I get another account through another website and integrate into hubpages, is there any problem to my new adsense account and hubpages account?
You know, a lot of writers have been asking that question.. You should check. The best way to find out is to simply ask for Help on the forum. You dont want to do the wrong action, and have Hubpages cancel your account completely..
You need to find out the reason that they suspended your last account, because IF you can get a new account they will suspend that one too, when you link it to HubPages. Usually you end up having to have someone else sign up for the new account (since you, yourself won't be able to with the same name, address, banking info) or to sign up through a business name.
Looking at your content, I'm not really sure why they suspended you, but perhaps they told you why in an email to you?
So figure that out, fix the problem, and then you'll probably be in the clear to do as you please.
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