I am a new Hubber and I have some question about Google Adsense approval.
1. If any body already banned by adsense before joining the Hubpages then may he able to apply for adsense account through Hubpages account or not?
2. If not then how can he earn through Hubpages?
3. May he able to use another body adsense code to his Hubpages account?
No one outside of Google AdSense support is gong to be able to give you a definitive answer.
It really depends upon why your account was banned and if you are applying for a new account using some of the same credentials.
Google does a pretty good job of determining that a new account application is connected to a previously rejected one. In most cases, they find these and both applications are ten rejected.
1. If indeed you were banned by Adsense I would try using a different gmail account but if you use the same information such as contact information and address gmail may or may not link you to the banned account. So I would start fresh with new information if possible and see if that works.
2. Besides Adsense there is opportunities to make money through amazon, Ebay, and so forth.
3. As in answer one if you are able to get a different account I believe that you would be able to use the new Adsense code.
Hope this helps!
You can easily create a hosted adsense account through youtube (without even uploading a single video). Associate the hosted adsense account with hubpages.
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