Have you ever been dropped by Adsense with no satisfying recourse?
I just got an added sense (there's a pun there somewhere) of insecurity from reading webexaminer's fine article "How to Protect Your Google AdSense Account" as it seems there are so many ways for Hubbers to lose that valuable affiliation. That raised the next question: "How common is it?" Reply and perhaps add a Comment on how it happened to you, if it did. Maybe the rest of us, especially newcomers like me, can learn the less painful way: from your own experience.
2 years, nearly 3, and no such problems so far. I suspect that if this were a common problem there'd be far fewer Hubbers.
I personally have not, but plenty of people have. There have even been people who have taken Google to court over it, a few actually won.
There defiantly are was to be banned from Google. It typically happens when some web goer thinks they are smarter than Google and tries to cheat the system. Ways to be removed, having other Webber’s click you ads to generate more income, clicking your own ads, have more than 3 Google ads running on one site, your content lacks ethics….I think you get the point. Understand Google makes their money on ads; without having websites like yours, where are they going to run their ads? Google rarely banns but once banned you can forget about any reinstatement, it just will not happen.
by Lisa 4 weeks ago
Hello, I have an old google adsense and hubpages account--2011 through 2015--that I forgot about until recently. When I logged into google adsense account July 2018, it said I had estimated earnings of $309.71 from hubpages (I took a photo of the screen). However, I have never received...
by Deepa 3 weeks ago
Hi, I have activated my google AdSense account. Google AdSense is prompting me to activate auto ads option when I visit that page. Shall I do that? Does HubPages allow that and in what ways will that impact on my articles?
by Joe Young 3 years ago
On browsing the forum, I have become aware that we can't earn on HubPages without AdSense. This is a grim realization for me.I have 29 featured hubs that are generally considered to be of reasonable quality. I applied for an AdSense account over a year ago, and since then I've had nothing. When I...
by krithi krisa 3 weeks ago
Hi Hubbers! I have a query about linking Google AdSense account to my HubPages account. I tried linking my Google AdSense account and it is showing 'active' status. But when I click on configure it took me to Google AdSense account where it is showing that sites with 'http' cannot be approved for...
by Ananta65 7 years ago
Well, that’s nice, very nice. I haven’t got a clue of what I did wrong. And after filling in the online appeal form they told me they had reviewed my account information, taken my feedback into account, but still had concluded that my AdSense account has posed a significant risk. And I have no...
by Rachel Leigh 8 days ago
My Google AdSense account was approved and its status says Active. However, I'm seeing all this stuff about copying and pasting HTML code onto your website in order to use AdSense. Do I need to be doing that? Or is that stuff already taken care of behind the scenes? I want so be sure the ads are...
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