is there another way to share in the profits of google ads on Hubpages? If not, are other ad agencies allowed to post on Hubpages? Should I continue to post articles on Hubpages as a potential revenue source?
I read your hub and it is very well written. Don't give up, google wants to see more articles and I'm sure they would reinstate you.
You have a lot of valuable information you can share that can really help people, so get busy writing. I have a few hubs on early childhood and they bring in traffic. You have the experience of having been an administrator with much insight to help parents with questions.
2) There's Kontera, but you need a lot of traffic to earn from that and with one Hub, I doubt they will accept you either.
3) If you have plans to reapply to Google, or if you are interested in earning via Amazon or eBay, you'll need to.
Do you have other websites? How did your Adsense account get disabled with just one hub?
I also have a blog. My husband had clicked on some of the ads from his computer because I hadn't told him not to. I didn't think about his computer being under my control because I never use it. It was dumb but innocent.
Sadly, that's why it's really, really important to read the Terms of Service when you sign up for various web services. When you sign up with a site or program, it's stated in the TOS that not only have you agreed to abide by their rules, you've also agreed that you've actually read the terms.
That is unfortunate.
Does he realise what's happened? Because if you do manage to get a new account he'll have to know that under no circumstances whatsoever should he or anyone else try and do you a favour.
Did you use your Adsense account with your HubPages account?
Why were you banned from google? Under some circumstances it is possible to appeal, although long-winded.
For advertising you can use the ebay/amazon/kontera ad systems, apart from that, the only thing is to use your hubs to link to your own website (no more than 2 links/hub, mustn't read like spam) or to an affiliate product (e.g. clickbank).
Unfortunately for you, you have killed the goose that lays the golden eggs ... Google.
you could also apply for EIN and get a new adsense account, not much history of luck with reinstatement into google.
learn about affiliate marketing
I thought Google was allowing other adverts to be alongside theirs
Good you know the issue, you will not be reinstated, get an EIN, i dont think youll run into any better solution here
http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/art … 67,00.html
dont sweat why, figure out how to get around it
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