Adsense Disable needs somkind of hubpages helps in Sharing Revenues
For the time being you can apply for one adsense account using your mom's name or a friend' name who has no record of previous adsense account.Once approved you can associated it with your hubpage.It works.
Lgali I think its been mentioned to you before but once your disabled for clicks there is very little if anything you can do. Apply again in a few months or so and see what they say. Adsense is strict and rarely gives accounts back. Gamergirl had luck if I remember but I believe it was because of something she could not control.
If you are able to use ebay or amazon, focus on those.
Sorry if it seems insensitive to those who lost their adsense accounts or can't get them, same goes for amazon and ebay, But I don't want Hubpages to change the earnings method to something where hubpages would pay the author. Which is what I think you mean by sharing revenues. It's not a good long term strategy and I want my hubs to be up indefinitely.
Hubpages business model is solid the way it is. They don't touch the money that is earned by the publishers. It should stay that way.
I am not asking for share of anybody money I just want to the share the traffic my pages getting from google advtrt as hubpages are still getting adsense traffic.This is just the request to share the traffic between hubpages and users only not other users.
by Dado 21 months ago
I will try in short because I explored whole day about HubPages and I still need some confirmation how to proceed on best way if possible?Before 2 years I lost AdSense because of stupid reasons like wrong keywords (I know, I was rookie) and since it was impossible for me to check all blogs + posts...
by shabarigirish 7 years ago
HP ads are running on my hubs since one week. My earnings through the program are pretty low, may be because of lower traffic I am getting. My hubs were making couple of dollars before signing up with HP ads. Now from past one week my hubs earned nothing from adsesne.I am just thinking whether I...
by Nathaniel Zhu 5 years ago
How do I disable adsense without the automatic consequence of the hubpages ad program being disabledWhat I do is, I go to my adsense account. Then I go to the 3rd party access page and I click "disable access" beside hubpages.com but that also disables the hubpages ad program. How...
by Petroley 7 years ago
The google adsense "smart" guys are again disable my adsense account, man, I hate them. Because I DO NOT KNOW W H Y THEY DO THAT? They already disable 4 my accounts, and this is my 5th account and THE DISABLE IT AGAIN! I am too mad, because I do not know WHY? Only website where I use...
by apriyojit 5 years ago
If you apply for adsense through hubpages, that would be a hosted account. In order to use that adsense id on your blog, you need to submit that blog to google for verification. Once that is done, you will be able to use your adsense id on both sites. I think there would be separate calculations...
by Billy Haynes 5 years ago
How do I disable adsense ads so hubpage ad program is enabled?I previously asked what was better, adsense or hubpage ads for earnings and I want to disable Google ads and try Hubpage ads for a month on their own...how can I set this up?
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