Getting a "Domain ownership" problem from Google Adsense?
I've read multiple answers to this question but my problem is different. I did apply for Google Adsense from Hubpages and I did use my profile url. Any help?
Welcome to hubpages Moony27!!
It may be helpful to elaborate on how your problem is different. From what i've read by other hubbers if you're using your hubpages profile url to apply for an adsense a/c you need to have 10 or so hubs published and to have been active for at least a few months to be approved in this way. I notice your only a few hours old(hubpages wise) with 1 hub so this route to approval will take some time.
Your other alternative is to set up your own website or blog, create a few different pages, post a no. of articles and submit to adsense using your own url/domain name. This is a quicker and surer way to be approved - It's what many,including myself have done.Once you are approved initially you can then use adsense on any other or future sites or blogs you may have or create aswell as sites such as hubpages. Hope this help, gl.
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