I resubmitted my HubPages articles to Google Adsense but never heard back. Now what ?
I was rejected the first time do to not having enough material. I then resubmitted after writing more articles but never heard back. Also, if you are accepted then do you have to do anything on your account to activate the money making ads ? You talked about a code but I never knew anything about placing a code anywhere. I actually have the same problem with YouTube. I allowed Adsense to use my videos for their ads but they never said that they approved, even though there are ads in my YouTube videos now.
I had the same problem and resubmitted a week ago. When I log into google it says its still being reviewed. I hope someone can answer this for you, because I would like to know too!
Log into your Google account and check the status. If it is approved, you then need to enter your Google affiliate code into the section under your Earnings/Settings tab.
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