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 Ananta65 8 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 Cecelia 6 years ago
Has Google dropped Hubpages?Has anyone else received an email saying they have undeveloped domains on a hosted domain site and Google no longer supports "hosted domains"? I have one or two pages I have not finished, but I wouldn't think I was bad enough to be singled out. What is Hub...
by Sudhir 12 months ago
I joined hub pages recently and have only a few articles online. So if I am to apply for a google adsense account what would be a safe number of articles to have before applying? And is the amount of time the articles are published also a factor?
by Success In Life 4 years ago
I'm new to Hubpages and would like to ask advice. I mostly write about Autism Spectrum, because I have twin 3yr old twin boys diagnosed with Autism. Writing about ASD is a passion for me, I have heard several people say that it is very hard to write about health topics and gain google search...
by Sudhir 12 months ago
Hi,I tried applying for a google adsense account but I am not able to proceed after I select the option "no" for the question, "do you already have a google adsense account?". If i select yes I am not allowed to add the hubpages website url (www.hubpages.com/@sudhirdevapalan) as...
by Mary Neal 9 years ago
At HubPages, do writers have to have an account with AdSense for Google ads to appear on their hubs, or do they appear because HubPages has its own account with Google AdSense? I ask because I have Google ads on my one hub, but I have no individual AdSense account yet. I appreciate your help,...
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