Is it possible to earn from hubpages ad program despite having a disabled adsense account?
my adsense account has been disabled for "invalid clicks" which I think is totally unfair. I'm just new to hubpages and I'm very sure I haven't generated any fraudulent clicks. Now I'm wondering if its still possible to earn through the hubpages ad program or are they totally dependent on adsense?
Hubpages Ad program is linked with Adsense. So if your Adsense account is banned you have almost nil chance of earnings through Hubpages. Your only option is to earn through by being Amazon affiliate.
Try appealing to Google in having your ban revoked if you really feel you are wrongly done in. You need to apply through the appeal form from the Google Adsense help site.
You can appeal you Adsense account closure. They sometimes investigate and re-instate the account if they can't prove anything.
You cannot earn on HP with your adsense account because they are linked as the other answer stated. Most of the ads placed on HP are Adsense ads anyway. Try appealing your account. There is a hubber here who's account was closed,, she appealed and got it back.
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