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Google adsense approval pending

  1. Rohithorcrux profile image64
    Rohithorcruxposted 11 months ago

    I set up my hubpages account more than six months ago. The site has sufficient content, The association from google adsense is still pending saying Account Not Active An AdSense account does not exist for this login,as your application is under review.

    The message I get when I login to adsense account is :-Account Not Active
    An AdSense account does not exist for this login, as your application is currently in review. Within a week of your application date, we'll review your application and follow-up with you via email. Once you are approved to join AdSense, you'll be able to log in to your account and get started.

    I have looked into trouble shooting and cookies and java script is enabled. Please let me know what to do to get the account approved or any specialist who can look into the case.
    site url
    http://hubpages.com/@rohithorcrux

    1. Matt Wells profile image
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      Matt Wellsposted 11 months agoin reply to this

      HubPages does not have access to your AdSense account, but we can tell you the status. It looks like you resubmitted your AdSense application again 8 days ago and it is currently pending review. In the past your AdSense ID was disabled. If your AdSense application gets denied or disabled again you should read the rejection letter sent to you by Google to find out the reason.

      This AdSense help link about troubleshooting a disapproved application may help.

      1. Rohithorcrux profile image64
        Rohithorcruxposted 10 months agoin reply to this

        The approval is pending sice the last time I submitted it and I am not geting any reply from google...do u or any one can let me know what is next step?

  2. Rafiq23 profile image86
    Rafiq23posted 10 months ago

    The easiest way to get adsense approval is to create a channel on youtube and apply through YouTube. Within one hour, you will receive an email from Google that your adsense request has been approved. Then associate your HubPages account with your adsense. No video is required to upload to the youtube. I hope it helps you. In case of any trouble, contact me.

    1. TheShadowSpecter profile image92
      TheShadowSpecterposted 3 weeks agoin reply to this

      I just got approved for a Google Adsense account the good old-fashioned hard way 5 days ago.  And they didn't approve me until I had at least 15 articles on my HubPages account.  They were kind enough to send me an e-mail showing confetti flying everywhere and congratulating me.  Now that I've been approved, I'm kind of in a mystery on what I need to do next.  Will I start earning money right away or do I need to connect anything together between my HubPages account and my Google Adsense account?  On my HubPages account, everything is showing as active and they even have my PayPal information as a destination for any money I earn on my articles.  This whole process has turned out to be a lot more involving that I thought it would be.  I thought that if anyone could give me good advice on this, you could.

      1. Sherry Hewins profile image98
        Sherry Hewinsposted 3 weeks agoin reply to this

        If your earnings page shows your Ad Program is active, and you are getting some traffic, you should start seeing some pennies accumulating right away.

        1. TheShadowSpecter profile image92
          TheShadowSpecterposted 2 weeks agoin reply to this

          Thank you, Sherry.  I realize that the next thing I'm going to need to do is incorporate the Amazon affiliate program into my HubPages account.  It's already showing in my account as active.  However, somebody on HubPages told me that after I got approved for my Google Adsense account, there was some way that I could make more money implementing it all together as opposed to just plugging Amazon affiliate-related stuff into my articles.  I'm somewhat green on how all of that works.  If you could send me some tips my way on what I should do, I'd be most appreciative.

 
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