AdSense account not approved because it is associated with BlogSpot.

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  1. LulusParty profile image60
    LulusPartyposted 5 years ago

    AdSense account not approved because it is associated with BlogSpot.  I have deleted my BlogSpot account, and am trying to associate AdSense account request information with HubPages, but when I go to the AdSense site, it won't let me make the changes.  Any suggestions?

    1. Marisa Wright profile image98
      Marisa Wrightposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      If you have an approved Adsense account, you can use it anywhere.  You don't have to tell Google where you're using it or associate it on the Adsense site.

      Just paste your code into your HubPages account in the appropriate place, then add HubPages as a channel on your Adsense account.

      1. LulusParty profile image60
        LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        Thank you Marisa.  I have already deleted the BlogSpot account, so I can't use that code, I didn't know that I could do that, btw, very smart.  Here is what I get when I go to my Earnings on HubPages.  It appears that you have associated a Google AdSense Account with HubPages with the publisher id ca-pub-<identifying info snipped> but that the association process is not yet complete. You should have received instructions for completing the process by email from Google.

        I have not received instructions, but I am trying to get help from AdSense.

        Thank you again.

        C

        1. galleryofgrace profile image82
          galleryofgraceposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Lulusparty, Don't bother trying until you have at least 10 hubs. they just won't allow it.

          1. LulusParty profile image60
            LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

            Thank you galleryofgrace.   I will do as you suggest, because I do believe that this is futile until I do as you say.

            Thanks again.

            C

    2. Cardisa profile image92
      Cardisaposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      That is strange since Blogspot belongs to to Google and many people have their Adsense account approved faster for blogging there. If you had an Adsense account with Blospot then you would not need a new account approval. You can use your same publisher ID anywhere you place ads. I started blogging before I found Hubpages and I had no problem having my account approved.  I still use Blogpsot with 6 blogs and growing.

      1. LulusParty profile image60
        LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        Thank you, Cardisa.  I think that the problem is that I create the BlogSpot account, applied for an AdSense account, then I decided to go with HubPages, and I deleted my BlogSpot account before writing a blog.  Then I created my HubPages account and have just received notice that my first blog was published. and applied for AdSense through HubPages.   Now I can't change the website association with AdSense.  AdSense said that it had sent instructions on how to fix any issue, but as of today, I have not received an email from them.

        Thank you for your help.

        Happy Thanksgiving!!

        C

  2. 2uesday profile image80
    2uesdayposted 5 years ago

    If I were you I would (if it is still possible to edit it) remove your adsense id as it is not a good idea to share it online like this.

    1. artsofthetimes profile image94
      artsofthetimesposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      True

  3. Uninvited Writer profile image82
    Uninvited Writerposted 5 years ago

    If you have an Adsense account already you should be able to use it anywhere. You can't create more than one account.  Hopefully, Adsense can help you. I got my Adsense through Blogger a while ago and had no problem associating it with Hubpages.

    1. LulusParty profile image60
      LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you!  I think that the problem is that I create the BlogSpot account, applied for an AdSense account, then I decided to go with HubPages, and I deleted my BlogSpot account before writing a blog.  Then I created my HubPages account and have just received notice that my first blog was published. and applied for AdSense through HubPages.   Now I can't change the website association with AdSense.  AdSense said that it had sent instructions on how to fix any issue, but as of today, I have not received an email from them.

      Thank you for your help.

      Happy Thanksgiving!!

      C

  4. Maria Cecilia profile image70
    Maria Ceciliaposted 5 years ago

    Me too I started my adsense with blogspot and had no difficulty associating it with hubpages. There could be another reason?

    1. LulusParty profile image60
      LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Hi Maria.  Here is what is going on...I created the BlogSpot account, applied for an AdSense account, then I decided to go with HubPages, and I deleted my BlogSpot account before writing a blog.  Then I created my HubPages account and have just received notice that my first blog was published. and applied for AdSense through HubPages.   Now I can't change the website association with AdSense.  AdSense said that it had sent instructions on how to fix any issue, but as of today, I have not received an email from them.

      Thank you for your help.

      Happy Thanksgiving!!

      C

  5. ocbill profile image59
    ocbillposted 5 years ago

    That is strange to not be approved. It may be the subject matter

    Is anyone earning more with their blogspot acct than hubpages?

  6. psycheskinner profile image82
    psycheskinnerposted 5 years ago

    I think the issue is that the account was denied based on the blogger application, and she wants to apply again using hubpages.  But I don't know how you do that. Once you enter an application url I think it is hard to change.

  7. psycheskinner profile image82
    psycheskinnerposted 5 years ago

    I did a search and found a lot of people with the same issue.  If your initial application is unsuccessful it will not let you change the url.  It seems the only options are to make a successful application for that url, or to email Adsense staff asking for the application to be deleted so you can start again (and hope they actually do it, eventually). Seems like a bit of a glitch in their forms.

    You can try opening a new account pretending to be a different person but this is very risky and can get both accounts perm-banned.  They track IP addresses so you would have to do it from a completely different computer (I wouldn't recommend this approach).

  8. profile image51
    thadusposted 5 years ago

    Recently Adsense rules changed and now you need to fill a form and get approved to put your ads on other sites Read more on adsense official blog, http://adsense.blogspot.com/2012/11/upd … -host.html
    Hope it helps you.

    1. psycheskinner profile image82
      psycheskinnerposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      They neglected to consider people with a non-approved account.  Hence this issue.

      1. LulusParty profile image60
        LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        Hi psycheskinner.  Here is what is going on...I created the BlogSpot account, applied for an AdSense account, then I decided to go with HubPages, and I deleted my BlogSpot account before writing a blog.  Then I created my HubPages account and have just received notice that my first blog was published. and applied for AdSense through HubPages.   Now I can't change the website association with AdSense.  AdSense said that it had sent instructions on how to fix any issue, but as of today, I have not received an email from them.

        I have't been to their blog, yet, so I think I will go there to see if there is an answer.

        Thanks again.

        C

        1. LulusParty profile image60
          LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Hi psycheskinner.  This is just too funny.  I just checked my blog, and I have ads running on it from Google, and Gifts.com., and some others.  What the heck is going on???  LOL

          1. LulusParty profile image60
            LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

            Thank you psycheskinner!!

            1. psycheskinner profile image82
              psycheskinnerposted 5 years agoin reply to this

              So was your original application approved and recording clicks? because there are ways it could be running ads, but you're not getting paid for them.

              1. LulusParty profile image60
                LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

                Hi psycheskinner.  I don't see where my BlogSpot account with AdSense was ever approved.  Also, I never wrote a blog on that blog site, so I really don't know what is going on.  I would like to get paid for them running ad on my first successful blog.

                Thanks for all of you help, and thoughts, as I try to figure this out.

                C

                1. Marisa Wright profile image98
                  Marisa Wrightposted 5 years agoin reply to this

                  You need to read psycheskinner's post again.

                  When you applied for Adsense the first time, you entered your Blogspot URL as your site.  It was NOT approved, because you had no content on the site (and Google has to see your content, to judge whether to approve you).   You are allowed to apply again when you have some content to show them - however, you can't change the URL. 

                  So you have two options.  One is to write to Adsense, explain the situation and ask them to delete your original application.  The other is to "undelete" your Blogger blog, write a dozen posts, and apply again.  That's the one I would recommend, because reading your first Hub, it sounds more suited to a personal blog than a magazine site (which is what HubPages is). 

                  Here are the instructions to undelete a blog:
                  http://www.bloggertipsandtricks.com/200 … elete.html

                  1. LulusParty profile image60
                    LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

                    Thank you so much Marisa, for your feedback, suggestions, for clarifying psycheskinner's answer to my question, and the link to instructions on how to undelete a blog.

                    Happy Thanksgiving!!

              2. Marisa Wright profile image98
                Marisa Wrightposted 5 years agoin reply to this

                I think when Lulu said "blog", she meant her first Hub.

                1. LulusParty profile image60
                  LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

                  That is correct Marissa.  I am SO NEW at this, and am sorry if I sound like I'm not very smart.  I am still learning terminology, etc.

                  Thank you all for your patience, help, and understanding.

                  C

    2. LulusParty profile image60
      LulusPartyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Hi Thadus.  Here is what is what is going on...I created the BlogSpot account, applied for an AdSense account, then I decided to go with HubPages, and I deleted my BlogSpot account before writing a blog.  Then I created my HubPages account and have just received notice that my first blog was published. and applied for AdSense through HubPages.   Now I can't change the website association with AdSense.  AdSense said that it had sent instructions on how to fix any issue, but as of today, I have not received an email from them.

      I have't been to their blog, yet, so I think I will go there to see if there is an answer.

      Thanks again.

      C

      1. psycheskinner profile image82
        psycheskinnerposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        Um, I get your problem and have already said why it happened and what your options are.

        To recap:

        It happened because Adsense will now only let you get permissions for urls sequentially, and being refused an account on one url freezes the process so you can make not applications for other urls.

        The solutions are to get the first url approved, or ask Adsense staff to delete the application.

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