I keep trying to apply to google ad sense and they keep disabling for Term of Service violation. I'm just writing hubs. What the hell am I violating? If I knew I'd stop violating it. would someone who knows their way around google and TOS violations please look at my hub and tell me why they keep dumping me? Thanks. Hubpages Matt Jordan III
Please consult the "rejection" email sent to you by Google. It will give you instructions to fix whatever issue caused the disapproval and give you instructions on how to reapply. If you still have questions about the disapproval, you should respond to that email to reach the AdSense support team who will be able to address the issue.
Resubmitting your AdSense application: https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=81904
Disabled account FAQ:
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=57153
Did you go to the links Matthew provided and read the information there to find an answer?
Also, have you fully read the Google Adsense Terms and Conditions at:
It may simply be because you have written only 4 Hubs. They prefer to start people after they have 10, 15 or 20 Hubs - depending on content, traffic, etc. If I remember correctly I did not reapply until I had written 20 to be safe after I had first applied.
Hey ! After I have completed 25 hubs Do I have to wait for six months since I am from India ?
To tell you my domain name is 2 years old.
Thanks in advance
I believe that they consider the country which you come from more than how long you have had your name, or how many Hubs that you have. So, yes, to be safe I would wait at least six months.
Even though that may be impressive to us, AdSense does not look at that part yet.
They seem to go by the age of your oldest featured hub.
Just keep writing hubs. Follow the advice for writing good hubs. Add quality pictures. Mention the sources of the pics. Use the capsules to highlight specific points. It takes a little time but you will get there. The thing is not to get frustrated. Go over your current hubs and make improvements where you can. Add more substance if necessary, research and add content to enhance what you already have. Make sure the content is not offensive or have sexual overtones but that it is all respectful.
Thanks all. But I am not being rejected exactly. My account exists, but was disabled immediately for TOS violation. I have received no emails associated with the disabling of my acct. The appeals page makes it sound pretty permanent but I can try to appeal. BUT, I don't know what it is I am supposed to be violating.
You have insufficient content. 4 Hubs is not enough.
I understand. That would be a rejection. But they created the acct, said I have violated the TOS, and then disabled it.
When I tried to sign up 3 months ago, when I first started, I got rejected for the same thing - or disassociated - for TOS violation. I really think it was just because I was new and didn't have enough hubs yet. You don't either. When you have 10 hubs of good quality, then you can reapply. I did this and it came right through, no problem, to may surprise. So, wait a few months at least. I am sure it will work out then!
Thanks everyone and Matt Jordan III, I've published my first hub and have been having the same problem with the TOS violation. It would be nice if there were a more obvious explanation!
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