I have been thinking and searching for an answer about this. My issue is that I feel nervous of implementing my adsense hosted account on my blog because I have heard that some adsense account were disabled.
As far as I know, we cannot earn on hubpages without adsense so what if your adsense got disabled? Your hard works here will be put into nothing. Are you using your adsense account on your blogs too? Does it goes well?
My blog uses photo on google and on free sharing photo sites however, I feel a little bit nervous since I am using photo's of movies for my movie reviews, is it safe? (I did put citation and source). Some say it is okay/ But can you make things clear out? What are the common reasons why adsense account got disabled?
I had to go through this a few weeks ago when I started my first blog. You just need to apply on adsense to add your new personal site. They will ask that you place an ad directly on a page where you receive traffic. Follow the instructions on adsense. Once your personal site is approved (it took about 24-48 hours), you can put your ads anywhere. We have a partner writing on our blog and I post his adsense ads under his posts so that he gets paid for his work.
I have used the same adsense account for hubpages and multiple websites for a few years now. I have never had it disabled, or any other trouble, so see not trouble with it.
It is best to use the same adsense account across multiple platforms, as the money all adds together then to reach the payment threshold.
As long as you ensure that you are operating within Google's guidelines. If you violate their terms then you may find yourself having trouble and your account being suspended. However the problem there is not using the adsense account on a blog, but rather you violating their terms of service.
Adsense does not just 'suspend' your account for no reason. Operate within their terms and you will find things run smoothly.
They are quite clear about how they expect you to use and not to use the ads. For example, they do not take it lightly if they see your ads being clicked by someone within your household. Also if you place too many adds on a page (I believe the limit is 3). Read their guidelines and you should be fine using the same adsense account across multiple platforms like Hubpages, your blog, any other websites you own and any other writing sites you use.
You may even be able to activate youtube with the same account (although this can be harder to be approved for so be patient with this one)
Well, this makes me feel a little bit confident (Enjoy life) Thank you very much for the information and reminders. The 3 ads stuff, I did not know that, fortunately, you tell me something like that in the rules of adsense. I have 4 ads on my page lol. Thank you very much. Now I know what to do.
There is no problem using adsense on HP, blogs, youtube etc etc.. in fact you are only allowed one adsense account so you have to use the same number across ever site you have ads on.
Just don't break any of googles rules and you will be fine. I have been using adsense on many sites for several years now without any problems. After all you will never make your fortune if you stick to just HP, you need to start putting those eggs into as many baskets as you can find including your own sites..
Thanks Leanman: I feel much better and confident of using it to my personal blog. I was searching for something that would let me feel much comfortable and if it is worth it to use my hubpages adsense account. You are right, put this eggs as many basket as i can. Thank you for the great advice!
As long as you don't violate Google Adsense's terms or policy, you're free to use Adsense on multiple websites at any time. I've done it myself... On a blog I once owned, on Hubpages, on YouTube... all with the same account. Just stick to their rules and you'll have no problem.
Wish you the best with it. ;-) My blog site was freshly new (few weeks old) and we got approved. So, there's a light at the end of the tunnel. ;-)
I ad hubpges links to my blog all the time. I get more traffic that way!
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