When Ifirst tried to start an adsense account through hubpages, google adsense said that I was incapable of using the website because it's obviously not mine. When I went back through hubpages to try again, they said that my account was in the process of being verified, and it had been linked to google adsense. This is impossible, because I do not have an adsense account! I'm very frustrated, and have started writing several new hubs that I want to publish, in order to earn from the adsense program, and yet i can not! Can anyone help me please?
@The Agile Aesop
Did you determine the issue with your AdSense account?
If you are still having problems and have not emailed email@example.com, I would recommend doing so, as we don't want to publish information to the forum regarding the personal information related to your profile.
Publish at least 10 good quality hubs.
Wait a month or two for them to mature a little.
Apply for a Google AdSense account with your HP domain name: http://theagileaesop.hubpages.com.
Once you have an AdSense account and a publisher ID, (something like ca-pub-7652229877609331)
Come back to HubPages
Go to "my account" / "Earnings" / "External Affiliate links",
Click on "configure Google Adsense"
Paste in your Google AdSense publisher ID
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