Can someone please explain to me why I have affiliate codes and have started earning money on my hubpages articles, yet I seem to have no access to Adsense? All Adsense shows me is a window that says they're working on connecting my site and it could take three days. Everything else is greyed out, so I have no account with them yet. It's been like that for weeks now. What is going on? I'm confused, and Google is ridiculous to try to get info from.
I am new to Adsense and would like to understand as well. I am experiencing the same issue although I am not making much at all it does indicate that my Adsense is active but when I try to access my account I get the same message as you. I sent an email but haven't heard anything. Does anyone know?
I'd been in that situation. I already had an affiliate code in the Ad program and my adsense was active and yet they're were still working on my site. What I did is I waited. After a week from the day that I applied for adsense, I received an email from them fully approving my application. Just wait and be patient.
by Christy Kirwan 13 months ago
Hi all, we are aware that there's an issue with AdSense earnings right now and our engineers are looking into the details. It's not clear if the issue is on HP's end or if this is a problem with Google, but we should know more by Monday. Thank you to everyone who has reported the problem, and we...
by Amanda Severn 9 years ago
My entire Adsense earnings up until the beginning of July have disappeared in a 'balance transfer'. No explanation has been given for this and I've searched right through the help topics on Adsense but can't find a clue as to what's going on. It's taken me over 11 months to accrue around £20,...
by ForexCashBack 8 years ago
Hello,I have been on hubpages for a little over a year now and have read stories of people earning $1,000 a month from their hubs. Can anyone give me some suggestions to get to that goal? I have 27 hubs. *Sadly, due to the nazi Google police being on this forum, I can not share my stats with the...
by Lyria 8 years ago
Sometimes I can't access my Adsense earnings report. Has anyone else had this problem recently? I have no problem accessing google analytics. When I click on "check google earnings" from my hubpages account, a page appears that says "Maximize revenue from your online content"...
by seamist 9 years ago
Please help me. For almost a month or more now, my adsense earnings have been non-existent. A few weeks ago, I checked my hubs and alot of them had no adsense ads on them. Tonight I rechecked them. After going through 27 of my top hubs, I found that only 9 of 27 of them have adsense ads on them. I...
by Shadesbreath 7 years ago
So, since Panda (or since the HP ads thing came out and I signed up for it... I can't really tell which given I'm mainly too lazy to look very hard into it)... my earnings have all transferred to HP ads and only a trickle of Adsense.Do HP ads populate INSTEAD of adsense, but not totally (since I am...
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