I want to reapply for adsense but hubpages won't recognize I don't already have an account
I applied for a Google AdSense account using a blogger pagewas not approved due to lack of content. I would like to reapply using my hubpages where I have more content.
But... in order to apply for an account using a hubpages account Google AdSense tells me I have go through hubpages to apply. When I try to go through hubpages it says I already have an account that has been disapproved.
According to Google AdSense I don't have an account. Does anyone know how I can get hubpages to know I don't have an account so that I can apply?
Any and all help would be appreciated.
In this situation I think you should re-apply using your Blogspot (Blogger) blog as your website. You'll get approved more easily if you have 10 posts at a minimum, each with at least 200 words. These are just minimum suggestions; your chances improve the more content you have.
I don't know how much content you had on your Blogger site when you first applied, but since both Blogger and Adsense are part of Google, you should have no trouble getting approved a second time around if you simply add more rich content. Youtube is also part of Google, so you could also establish a library of videos on Youtube and use your channel as your site. I've heard that's a faster route. Good luck to you.
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