I posted some questions but still getting confused about setting up adsense pub id.
I signed up for adsense some days ago via HP and got disapproved.
So, I applied again via my another blog with another email and got approved.
Now when I want to configure my adsense account with new pub id on HP then it derives me to adsense application page each time to resubmit because my HP is still showing a adsense id ca pub **** which was disapproved.
So, what's the actual system for solution on the point? Could you let me know please?
what's the step by step procedure?
On the hub pages earnings programs page does it show active for adsense?
No, in the status bar it's "Association Disabled by You or by Google for TOS Violation" because when I applied here, it was active for 1 day and then disapproved after 2nd review from google.
The replace it with the one you have for your blog, but the email address for hub pages has to be the same.
So you mean -- should I change my HP mail to the one I've associated with Adsense account? and then "configure"?
Should I also remove the current disapproved Adsense ID associated via HP team?
If you continue getting new adsense accounts, eventually they will catch up and ban you from Adsense altogether. To have adsense you need a google account which requires a gmail account. Change the current email for HP to whatever you are using for the new adsense account. Put the publisher code in and see what happens.
Actually I'm not trying to get new adsense account rather I'm trying to put new adsense pub id on my HP earning page but there I see "Association Disabled by You or by Google for TOS Violation" I already told. So, my confusion is -- should I first remove that from my account via HP team? Then setting new mail associated with my adsense id and configure newly? or, just I should replace the previous mail to current one associated with my adsense ID? then configure...
If you have a valid Adsense then that is the one you use. Get HP to reset your account here or just edit the Adsense code to the new one you have (if possible). It would be better to use the same email for both for convenience, but you do not have to, I use a different one here than the one on Adsense, as the Gmail was on an old account here before my Squidoo lenses came in.
However, before doing this I would look at your Hubs to see why it might have been a TOS violation. If Google noticed you applied twice then you may get banned for life, and it is just possible that HP were told before you. Individuals are allowed just one account. You can only get a second and third etc. for properly registered companies. Google have zero tolerance for second applications when one is in process so be careful.
It sounds like you have done this
HP Email with Adsense publisher ID Now that is not good anymore
Then, you open a new gmail with your blog, and reapplied, got approved with a different publisher ID.
If Linda is correct you need to get HP to reset so you can use the new ID here. Once accepted you use the ID on all of your sites unless they are for registered companies that have their own ID's. Be careful you read understand and apply the Adsense rules as Google are not forgiving!
So, is it ok if I reset the mail associated with adsense here or should I also remove the application that was disapproved here on HP?
What happens when you hit "configure" for Adsense on your Earnings page, and go through the process? Does it allow you to change your Adsense ID? If it does, that's all you need to do. If not, then email team@hubpages and ask them for help.
Exact, so what's the best option for me on HP to earn money you think?
Dressage: The OP has created a mess. At this point, they need to go to firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
I lost a adsense account and appealed it. They made me open another gmail account, use it for HP, so I could get reapproved and get a new account. However, Google does know when multiple gmail accounts have been used to get Adsense, etc.
A Google Account
You need to be at least 18 years old and have a verified Google Account to sign in to AdSense. https://www.google.com/adsense/signup
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