My affiliate settings showing " You Refused the Association with HubPages" for adsense since two days. I have not done anything to refuse. I have signed again as instructed but still it is showing the same.
What should I do?
You don't need to sign up again, but you will need to log in to your account at AdSense and re-associate the two accounts. Until you do, your earnings will stop.
This is what happened to my account earlier this summer. Sadly, it seems to happen for unknown reasons. I'd file a report with HubPages about it so they can look into the problem.
You login to your AdSense account and click the button which re-associates your HubPages and AdSense accounts.
To connect hubpages and adsense you must login to your adsense account. Enter the "my account" tab and go to the account access. Enable access request from hubpages.com.
I hope that can help you!
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