I am not having any Adsense account yet. I tried to create it by connecting it to my 2 blogs (blogger), but it was not approved.
Now when I am trying to create one, through hubpages, by using the email ID (which I used for the 2 previous unapproved account) It is showing some error. What could be reason. Shall I create an new adsense account and connect it with hubpages?
Don't know what to do?
Need your suggestions please.
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