I just came from a hiatus and is planning to be active again. However, the reason for my leave is that my articles were rejected by google adsense.
The question now are the following:
1. Can I delete my unacceptable articles? Because I found no way of deleting them.
2. If not, am I allowed to make another account?
3. What is advisable?
I would choose a human-sounding name as the first step. Trust, authority and expertise are important commodities these days.
so I guess I'd better start fresh, right? But, is it ok here in HubPages
You can use another name on your existing account. Go to your profile and look for "Use a Real Name". Oddly enough it does not have to be real, just realistic.
A more credible profile pic helps, too.
There were some training vids on this and other stuff, but I can't find them. Maybe someone else will help,
Best of luck,
I can't seem to delete articles. That's actually a problem. My smoking and atheistic (or religious) articles are the ones I believe the culprit of my Google Adsense rejection.
If only I can delete some, I wouldn't have to make a new account.
Deleting is easy. Open the page then click hit the delete button at the top.
Sometimes, you need to reload the page to get the editing functions up
Doubt if Google cares about God. Smoking might sink you if you are seen to promote the evil habit.
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