What is "Domain Ownership" and why will Google AdSense not accept my application because of it?
It relates to owning your own site or blog. The first step in setting up a website is to purchase a domain name which then becomes the web address or url for your site, If you apply for an adsense a/c using your own blog or site url adsense often like you to prove ownership (usually be having you insert a 'text snippet' they provide you with into a page you create on your site).This proves to google that you have access to that particular sites html code which they accept as evidence of "Domain Ownership".They also then know you'll be able to add the code necessary to display their ads on to your own sites or blogs.
This does not apply if you seek an adsense a/c via a platform such as hubpages by submitting your profile page url but you may need to confirm this with them, to have published 10 or more hubs and have had an active hubpages a/c for at least 6 months (depending on your country of origin).Hope this helps explain
by Melanie Fourie 7 years ago
Hi everyone. I hope you are all well. I joined Hubpages a few days ago and published a few hubs in the last 48 hours. I have since applied for Google Adsense and just received an email notification stipulating that the application has been denied due to me not having domain ownership. I have...
by ngureco 2 years ago
Do we need to verify the niche sites in Google Adsense if a hub is moved to the new domain?
by L Rosa 8 years ago
Hello,Thank you for your interest in Google AdSense. Unfortunately, after reviewing your application, we're unable to accept you into AdSense at this time.We did not approve your application for the reasons listed below.Issues:- Domain ownership---------------------Further detail:In the field where...
by Patrick Howes 3 years ago
Hello,I have sent in numerous applications to Google Adsense so I can start to make a little money on HubPages, yet they keep shooting me down. It keeps saying "insufficient content" every time I get their email back. What should I do? I've written ten articles so far, all have been more...
by klaceyjsmith 4 years ago
I am just learning all about everything on the internet, and I signed up for a Google AdSense account so that I could get paid for my articles. Well, I don't know what the heck I did, but they deleted my account and have now denied me access to another one? I have tried and tried to get...
by GlenR 11 months ago
When linking to my Google Adsense account via my Hubpages earnings settings I found the following message - ‘ In the past 7 days your ad code has appeared a significant number of times on sites that you don’t own.To avoid lost revenue make sure that you add these sites to your list of verified...
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