Why can't I link AdSense to my google account? I don't know what is wrong that it won't link.
As much as I am willing to to help, I still don't get what you mean. You login to your google account and adsense is linked immediately.
Can you elaborate more on this?
Every time I check my Hubpages Earning page, in the spot about Google AdSense, it says that AdSense has been disabled either by me or a TOS violation. I am not disabling it and I don't know how to check for TOS violations......
I noticed that you only recently joined hubpages, do you have an existing adsense account ?
If you do not , you have to apply for adsense. ( usually after you write a few more hubs and have a decent amount of views ) here is a link to get a basic idea.
http://jthomp42.hubpages.com/hub/Google … acceptance
If you do already have an adsense account, you need to copy the affiliate code into your hubpages account.
if you have a google adsense tos violation, login to your google adsense account, under messages, you should have a mail.
Thanks for the article, I believe that answered my question.
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