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A few days ago I went through all the steps to sign up for Google Ad Sense. I just checked and found out my status moved from "Pending" to "Association Disabled by You or by Google for TOS Violation." What in the world does that mean?!? I have no idea how I would have messed up since I did follow all the steps, and I did do it after my pages had imported. What do I need to do now to fix this?
I think you need to spend a bit of time reading up on some of the other forums and help information available about the transfer.
Adsense will not approve a brand new HubPages account. It wants to see maturity as well as volume of work. Wait a month or so and apply again.
As Marisa says, wait a couple of months and try again.
Here are the Learning Center's guidelines on applying for Adsense: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/signup-AdSense
You'll find an abundance of information at the Learning Center--practically everything you could ever need to know about running an account at HubPages: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/contents
i want to know when is the right time to sign for ad sense.
5 hubs or 10 hubs?
Manasi, because you are from India, Google has a longer waiting period before you can apply for an AdSense account. You must first publish 20 - 30 articles here, THEN wait six months, then apply. If you apply prematurely, you will be rejected and will have to wait even longer.
This is not an HP rule; it is a rule from Google. Also, this applies to people living in many other countries as well, such as the Philippians, Malaysia, Nigeria and many others.
You've just been here for 8 weeks so they won't accept you that easily. Apply again when you're here a bit more longer. I myself have only been accepted after 8 months.
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