Google Adsence is not allowing me to register my Hub pages as they have disabled my...
accounts in blogspot their site and on their unilateral unjust and illegal one way decision unaccepted by unaccounted number of bloggers in unaccountable number of countries in any number of cases.WHY DO HUB DEPEND ON GOOGLE ADVERTISEMENTS TO KEEP THEIR BOAT SAILING AND LAND INTRUSIVE GOOGLE ADVERTISEMENT ON OUR HUB PAGES.IF HUB CANT MANAGE WITH OUT GOOGLE LET THEM TELL US.
S K G RAO
It's unfortunate that google has disabled your adsense account and I won't speculate to the reason, but they do have strict guidelines to follow.
Hubpages does depend on ad revenue to survive as do nearly all the other article writing sites (and 99% of all the websites on the internet) - it's just a fact of life on the internet. But if you choose to you can remove all the adverts from your hubs.
Go to edit mode for each hub. In the settings box at the top of your hub set the ad level to "none" and uncheck the box "this hub may be considered commercial". If you do this you will have no ads appearing on your hubs.
If you do want to monetize your hubs you can still use kontera and amazon.
I hope this helps.
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