I was initially turned down for Google Adsense because of course I didn't know I didn't have enough hubs and traffic. Once over 20 hubs and more traffic I applied again. On September 11 I got an email saying they had completed a partial review - and that I would just seee blank ads on my page for now. I have not heard anything since and if I go to Google Adsense - it says they are still reviewing my content. Does this not seem like a long time? I replied back to my initial email of September 11 from them to no avail. Also my ads don't look blank - but how can I tell if I can't click on them? Help!
Adsense is beginning to sound like a real project these days...
The AdSense Bermuda Triangle strikes again. It's you, Hubpages and AdSense in a Mexican Stand-off.
Amygillie's Hub on the subject will clear it up for you;
http://amygillie.hubpages.com/hub/Dont- … le-AdSense
Google just conveniently forget to contact you again after the 4 days are up.
Good luck, hope it helps.
Thanks - I'll check out the link you gave me. I'm beginning to want to just give up!! Is it worth it anyway?? I wonder. Except that I am starting my own website and I see I can do Google Adsense on there too. Oh Well!
It is a wise choice to have the Adsense account. As you mentioned, it is helpful in other places you are online. I had it for years before I came to HubPages, so I did not experience the recent issues that you have or that others have been experiencing.
I do hope that things work out for you soon!
Ok , so I followed the instructions on the hub recommended above. I configured Google Adsense and I have a client number and I show as Active on hub pages. I also did the Google Analytical - and entered the code number there. And yet when I go to the Google Adsense website it stll says that my application is under review - and under the channels it only shows 8 of my 30 hubs. What's up with that now? Grrrrr!! Am I supposed to put the Google code somewhere on each hub - I would assume not and I don't see a place to put it anyway. Does not entering these codes into your "earnings -settings" page do the trick?
I'm having the same issue. Someone please help! I also followed the directions listed above and also got approved and started earning from hub earnings but when I check google adsense webpage it still says under review. I don't know how to put the code on my webpage.
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