I have somehow offended the Google AdSense God and now no matter what I do I can

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  1. Infiniteresearch profile image82
    Infiniteresearchposted 7 years ago

    I have somehow offended the Google AdSense God and now no matter what I do I cannot get to AdSense

    I applied for an Adsense account when I joined a few weeks ago. I receieved an e-mail welcoming me and asking me to follow associate my HubPage via the link provided. I waited a few days tried to look at my account, said it was disapproved and now anytime I try to configure I get a message saying my account doesn't exist and it's associated with an unapproved application, when I go to Google it tells me the application was disapproved and to view the e-mail them sent....which I would had they sent me one. I tried to contact them directly...but I might as well sent a message in a bottle Help!

  2. georgethegent profile image62
    georgethegentposted 7 years ago

    Hi Infiniteresearch, I'm in the same boat. They gave me the flick in January, no apology, no explanation - and no courtesy either. I can't help you, just let you know that you're not alone.

  3. LindaSmith1 profile image61
    LindaSmith1posted 7 years ago

    Ok here is a guess:  One adsense account allowed.  The email address for adsense  account has to be the same address at Hub pages.  That I do  know for sure.

    Infinite: it looks like your blogspot is fairly new.  That is another thing. Adsense often turns down new sites.  So if you have your blog site monetized with adsense that could be a problem for you to.  All you can do is email them and tell them that they approved you, and now say not approved

  4. Ruchi Urvashi profile image68
    Ruchi Urvashiposted 7 years ago

    When I got rejected first time, I was confused too. I tried to apply again from Hubpages earnings page and it said your application was disapproved. Then, I tried to apply from same email account and it said that your application was disapproved. Then, I went to google adsense forums support and I got the answer. You can try the below method and see if it works.

    You need to use a new email id to apply the next time. Then, register the same email id in hubpages. Also, before I applied second time, I wrote 15 hubs to ensure I had enough content.

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    Serena Gabrielposted 7 years ago

    Imagine you were running to catch a bus and you really wanted on that bus because you thought it was the only way to get where you wanted to go.  But, although you ran and you were even on time for the bus, if not a few minutes early according to their own printed schedule, it left without you.  Then about 2 minutes later it crashed and burned and everyone on board perished.

    That's Google AdSense.  Even if you got on the bus, they're just going to crash it when they get ready and take all of your labor and all of your earnings and blame you for it - falsely, of course.

    To complete the analogy:  Sometimes it's good to miss the bus.  There are other forms of transportation. 

    I've read plenty of stories similar to yours.  I don't know why they do this.  Maybe they're only partly criminal and the other part is incompetent... that's just a theory, of course.

  6. Infiniteresearch profile image82
    Infiniteresearchposted 7 years ago

    Thanks everyone for great advice. I have tied the route of using another e-mail and that's been equally as frustrating. To save myself wasted time with AdSense, I think I'll concentrate on creating hubs and focus any earnings attention to Amazon. I've actually had some moderate success there already. Serena, I'm leaning towards your missed bus scenario, though I hope the bus doesn't crash for the sake of others, I agree that this could be a bus best missed.


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