I don't know how to change the URL on Google AdSense. When I go to google.com/adsense, it tells me to login, which I do successfully, and then it takes me straight to the resubmit screen for the HubPages account, which has been denied so frequently, because I do not have enough content. I understand why this is taking place, but I want to change my URL from my HubPages (until I get more content) to my blog, but I can't see a place to change the URL. What should I do?
It would appear from what you are telling us here that you do not have an 'approved Adsense Account' due to the fact that you don't have enough content!
Once you've submitted an application, you can't change the URL. All you can do is write to Adsense, explain you made a mistake and ask them if they will delete your application so you can submit a whole new one.
I don,t know if this helps but i received this from google .
Thank you for your interest in Google AdSense. While reviewing your application, we noticed that your account information matches a currently approved AdSense account associated with . Because our policies do not permit multiple accounts, we're unable to accept your new application at this time.
If you'd like to add your e mail as a login to your approved account, you can do so by following these steps:
1. Sign in to the AdSense account associated with your e mail at www.google.com/adsense.
2. On the 'Home' tab, click the 'Account settings' link in the left navigation bar.
3. On the 'Account settings' page, scroll down to the 'Access and authorization' section at the bottom of the page.
4. Under 'Users with sign-in access,' enter your e mail and click 'Invite.'
So, do you have an Adsense account already, from some other site or your own blog? Once you've got an Adsense account you can use it anywhere, including on HubPages. You don't need (and can't have) a separate Adsense account for each site you're on.
It could be you used the wrong URL for HubPages. Did you follow these instructions EXACTLY?
You can add more than one site to your Adsense account, but you cannot have more than one Adsense account.
There is a section in your Adsense account for adding other sites to the account.
BTW I think the above info is for adding different people to post on say your blogs (that is why it says invite).
Yes, agvulpes is correct by the sounds of it. The problem is, I can't change the site from my hubpages to my blog to get approval!
If you apply and are not accepted it locks the account onto that url.
This is a well known glitch. I don't know of any solution to it.
From what I see a new application with a new email address might work. But it also might be a risk as each person is only allowed one account, and at that point you would technically have 2.
I wouldn't submit a new application. I'd take Marisa's advice and write to them. Tell them that you haven't been approved because you don't have enough content on HP yet, and ask if they will change your URL to your blog.
In theory that would be the right thing to do. But no one is having much luck actually getting a response from adsense.
Strange request. Why would you want to "change" your adsense to another blog?
You just add the adsense code (that Google gave you) to the new blog in the blog settings.
You sound like you want to add your Blog account to your Adsense account, which is so easy...
Here's what Google says in Adsense - for doing this:
"...How to add more sites to the account
There's no need to open another account or notify us when you place ad code on a new site. Once your account is approved, whenever you place your AdSense code on a new page, we'll automatically associate that new site with your account.
Just generate the AdSense code as you did for your original site, and add it to whichever page you'd like -- making sure, of course, that it complies with our program policies. You don't need our team to officially review your site beforehand, but please use your best judgment to make sure that your site content and ad implementation are compliant. (Our policy explanations might help.) We regularly review sites displaying our ads, and we'll let you know if we find any issues.
Note that if you're using the Allowed Sites feature, you'll need to add the new URL to your Allowed Sites list, or you won't receive any earnings for that URL.
We look forward to helping you monetize your new site!..."
If you are having trouble, just log into your Adsense account, as everything to do with your Adsense earnings is controlled by Google Adsense. You can re-use your Adsense code on as many of your blogs as you wish. That's what I do. That's what everyone does. But remember you are allowed only one Adsense account. That does not mean you can't add other blogs to the account...
Here's the link:
https://support.google.com/adsense/bin/ … swer=65063
If you have applied and have been approved, you do not have to re-apply. Google will check that you actually have content on the page in question first. It's the same with all Adsense earnings. You must have a page, blog or website and its content created and getting views before it is approved. The terms surrounding Google Adsense also mention how other ads appear on those same pages. Sometimes there are small print details you have to read. (It only relates to other advertisers and the limit to 3 Adsense ads per page stuff, etc...)
Make sure you are asking the thing in the right way before pushing ahead. If you wanted to not have further earnings from hub pages you can just stop the ads on it any time, although do think before you do this, as Hubs do earn good income for many writers. Earnings can go up and down. You can use twitter of other Social media to bring more viewers to your pages anywhere...
Blogging is awesome. Have fun and hope you earn lots on your new blog.
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