Well, when I try and click on Signup for AdSense it says my email address is already in use with Google AdSense... but oh well, I do NOT have an AdSense account... the email I used to signup with HubPages is in no way related to AdSense, still I cannot signup for such an account. What's going on? I don't know how such information is checked, but there must be some problem here.. Just wish this could be solved, so that I can use the site to its fully extent
It is possible that you signed up with AdSense unknowingly on another site such as Blogger. The best thing to do is to contact google. Here is the AdSense help page:
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … &hl=en
You might also just try logging into to adsense with that email address and see what happens, you can do that here:
Thank you for the quick reply, but I must inform you that the email address in question was never used to signup for Google AdSense. Neither I did it manually nor it was done indirectly by any other site.
I've already checked both sites mentioned.
1. AdSense first recommendation is to check for the confirmation email. I have none (of course, I never signed up for that program)
2. When I try to login to such AdSense account it says that I've logged in to my Google Account. It also says that either the password or email doesn't match to my AdSense account. It explains that IF I am an AdSense editor i should use my AdSense account's email and password.
Taking in consideration that the "Signup Now" button is present at the top, along with the information above, it's clear that I do not have an account with them.
I'll try to email them and ask for some information on this issue.
Once again thank you for the attention
It seems that back in 2005 there was an attempt to join AdSense using the same email address I used to register here. Since then, this email address seems to be under a 'pending' status, waiting for a site to be approved or something like that.
Will solve this issue with Google... not a problem with HubPages
Once again, thank you
It is probably best to try and get to the bottom of the situation with Google. But if that fails and you have another email address you could switch to it at HubPages, signup for AdSense, and then switch it back. Good luck.
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