I got banned from Hubpages because of violations. I agree with the mistake, I did. But now I want to join HubPages back. I am sure that I will not repeat the same mistake again. What is the possible way to get back to HubPages and start making money again?
Get a new Email ID I presume. Then make a new account. Just like you did right now.
Nah... this one's 11 months old. So looks like s/he's unbanned.
But you can't link the same Google Adsense account. Once you link you will get banned again.
To make money, you need to link your Adsense account with Hubpages and once you link your Adsense, your account will be banned again.
The problem is you probably got banned by Adsense. Once Adsence bans you, you can't earn anything here because there's no way to appeal their ban - it's permanent and you need an Adsense account to be able to sign up for the earnings programs here.
I just googled the issue. You get one chance at an appeal. That is it. Once you are banned, you are out for good. Wow!
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