Google is has some very stricy policies about their Adsense program. They also have several advanced tools at their disposal to ensure fair-play and to track down people who are dishonest about their business. Depending on the reason your accound was suspended i think you'll be having a very hard time getting google to re-open your account.
If you suspect that your account was disabled because of a faulty reason, feel free to file a complain in the Adsense help center. They usually reply within 24 hours.
I seem to have the same problem. Very strange at first I was earning and now suddenly It appears that your Google AdSense Account, with the publisher id ca-pub-2642422452168963 is no longer associated with HubPages. I have no idea what that meant.
Well, The reason they gave was insufficient content and I admit that because I applied right away. But when I added some content and reapplied they again reject my appeal with the reason "Unable to review your site". I don't know what that means because I am using hubpages like everyone. I am now looking for another way of applying a fresh account. I don't know if that is possible with the existing Email Id. Let's see. Isn't there a way to operate hubpages affiliate program without an Adsense account?
by Ananta65 10 years ago
Well, that’s nice, very nice. I haven’t got a clue of what I did wrong. And after filling in the online appeal form they told me they had reviewed my account information, taken my feedback into account, but still had concluded that my AdSense account has posed a significant risk. And I have no idea...
by hassam 9 years ago
This probably is one of the worse days of my life, after so much effort I have put online, here I stand with my Adsense account disabled due to invalid click activity. I don't have any clue why this happened! I have been here at Hubpages for more than 3 years and make more than 90% of my earning...
by geekMachine 6 years ago
Just after being moved from Squidoo, I tried to apply for an AdSense account, which failed for this reason:"Insufficient content: To be approved for AdSense and show relevant ads on your site, your pages need to have enough text on them for our specialists to review and for our crawler to be...
by squid-janices7 6 years ago
So I've been a Hubpage and Squidoo writer for the past 5 years. Recently, my 185 Squidoo hubs were transferred over to Hubpages and to start earning money, I applied for the Google adsense program about 2 weeks ago. It appears that my account was approved for a couple days and then I...
by SYZ8888 11 years ago
My google adsense account is disabled by google, how i can get my account back? I didn't do any inva
by Emily Tack 6 years ago
Just for a bit of background - I have been writing online for years, and literally have millions of words "out there". Only once did I have an AdSense account, and if I remember correctly, it was for a blog that is rarely used. It still appears, if I right-click on the blog, and view the...
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