What does this mean?
I applied for a Google Adsense a few days ago but failed. After this I foudn that there appears something in my earnings( as shown in the following pictures). What does it mean? How can I delete it? Hope you can help me!
Do nothing, let nature take care of your account, is a matter of time untill they acept you.
Make more Hubs and then Apply again,(case you weren's acepted yet)
It takes sometime because they need to see Hubs with some info before acepting new members
Be careful not to click your own pubs, they ban people every day and thats no return after.
create more and more hubs and going to community comments and read and vote up and fan mail. enough to get google adsense account .i think its pending due to your non quality of hubs . but struggle hard
Whats do you mean don't click your own pubs? That's kind of avoidable if you want to edit, etc, right? I assume you mean don't click your own ads (which of course I don't do).
If it says "Set" then that means that your adsense account is set up and ready, when it says "active" that means that you've officially earned a penny or more, and that someone has clicked one of your ads.
Everything seems to be in the right place. Your affiliate and reporting settings have to be there because you need them to insert your affiliate codes and track your earnings. However, you can delete your code for google adsense, but you don't want to that because if the code isn't there, you can't get any revenue share from ads. So, like Wesman Todd Shaw said, if your status is "Set" , everything is fine with your Google account and if it says "Active", this means you have started earning money from AdSense.
Two people who I invited to hubpages tried to create adsense accounts and failed in the last month. My guess is adsense is becoming stricter on who they are letting in their program.
I wouldn't worry to much about it as soon the hubpages ad program is going live soon so you will have that and adsense as an alternative.
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