Let me know.... thanks in adavance. http://hubpages.com/hub/BadDay-GoodDay
I have read it and left a message. I think you did a great job, misty.
Good Hub, solid content, nicely laid out - the combination of solid information and a personal slant is good.
Move your top photo down to your second text capsule, so you get the Adsense ad at the top right hand corner.
Oh, and don't be disappointed if you don't get instant response when you post asking for feedback - we're on all kinds of different time zones here so be patient.
thank you for your input, it is greatly valued. I really like my picture where they are, is it terrible to have them there?
Misty, it depends what your objective is. If you want to earn Adsense income, you need to have the Adsense ads in the best places. That means splitting your text up over several capsules, and NOT having a picture, or anything else, to the right of your first capsule.
Then, if your first capsule is long enough, you will get an Adsense ad in the top right hand corner, which is one of the best places to get clicks.
unfortunately = http://hubpages.com/forum/post/537927
Its not common for adsense to bother reinstating people
however I do hope you are wrong about reinstating.
I prefer to give good news and there are always exceptions of which I hope you are an example.
Google is real big and regardless of the legitimacy of your claim they tend to not be forgiving of whatever there system flagged.
If you could remember the exact reason?
"Association" usually refers to an adsense account being cancelled and than another one being found originating from the same ip, or a website (domain) being banned and than another adsense account being used there..that association is usually not forgiven
there are ways around an adsense ban, it involves applying for an EIN through the IRS (which is free), but than you would need to change your IP (just call your ISP, timewarner,comcast etc) have completely different billing and address info and never use the new id on the same sites (meaning you would have to create a new hub account and not place it on whatever sites you may be using it on now)
if you had adsense on a current web page, you can replace it with chitika (not here at hubpages though)
Misty - that was an excellent, and very important, hub. It can hopefully help a great deal of people.
well thats the most obvious "association," i just assumed that wasnt it as you would be aware about that reason for cancellation.
wait for your response...than use your husbands ssn to apply for a new account, with a new ip, new payment address and you wont be able to put it back on your current hub account, you will have to copy and rebuild them to a new account or google will make an association again between a banned page and the new id.
If it was innocent than its a hard lesson learned on just how intelligent google system is.
if it was not so innocent, realize those clicks arent free money, I spend at least a hundred a month myself as an adwords user (the people who pay google to pay you) and most of us are gambling pretty close to make a profit, it sucks to pay out to false clicks
I assure you it it most innocent, he knows the long reach of google as he works on the internet as well. He never clicked on my adds, nor did I ever use his computer for that reason either. And I just shelled out some money myself to help increase hits, sooooo, I wouldn't stab myself in the back like that.
To whom and what for? Not for some shonky pay per click I hope.
so if he works on the net, does he already have his own adsense account? that would explain an association issue
I turn a profit on ppc via adwords! its actually not that hard, seems like people fail by going after popular keywords and getting their budget killed by window shoppers.
You find sometargetted long tail keywords, bid .01-,03 cents a click and than have them lead to sites with offers or more adsense that pay 2.00-25.00 a piece, as long as you get a couple of conversions its difficult to fail to profit if you keep tight budgets and very targetted keywords.
I use only adwords vouchers (100 a piece) so I have more room to experiment.
Ive turned a profit sending traffic to hubs...even with only 60% impressions (but that was stupid since I could just send them to a 100% impression site of my own)
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