Google ads are appearing in my articles, but my AdSense income is zero. Has my AdSense code been removed?
Yes. Adsense is now incorporated into the HubPages Ads program.
This means that the seventy some dollars that has been sitting in AdSense account for about 8 years, will just sit there because AdSense profits are now received by hubpages?
I had applied to the Google AdSense program through HubPages, and received the following message from AdSense.
We couldn’t find the code on your site. This is because the code is either missing or incomplete, or because the URL of your site is incorrect. Learn more.
Copy and paste this code in the HTML of your site, between the <head> and </head> tags.
What should I do?
Also, my Hub Pages AdSense program is already active, but the income shown is bare minimum...Not sure Whats wrong and how should I move towards the appropriate directions?
HubPages no longer requires a linked Adsense account. Go to Adsense and remove all HP sites.
Doing so, displays the following message from Google AdSense:
"Remove this site?
This will stop all ads from showing.
You can add this site again later, but we'll need to run some checks first to make sure it's ready to show ads."
by Jon Sigurdsson 3 years ago
Hopefully someone from Hubpages HQ can look into this.I believe that those of us that are using a hosted account with Adsense are not getting any ad revenue on impressions from the niche sites.I base this on the fact that my daily impressions on Hubpages vs Adsense differ by a factor of about 100....
by Salma Hassaballa 3 years ago
Hi Hubbers, I have signed up for Google AdSense program a month ago, and I have received the following text in my Google Adsense homepage:We are working on connecting your site"This usually takes up to 3 days, but in some cases, it can take a bit longer. We'll email you when...
by Kate Swanson 8 years ago
For those of you thinking of starting your own blog, here's a vitally important piece of information from Adsense:http://adsense.blogspot.com.au/2012/11/ … -host.htmlThe way I read it is:If you used an account on Blogger or a rev-sharing site (like HubPages, Weebly, Wizzley) to get approved...
by Shampa Sadhya 9 years ago
I have pasted the code in my earnings box and it is showing that the AdSense account is active then why I don't have any ads on my hub. I am confused. Is something remaining which I have to fix then kindly help me out. I completely depend upon you.
by Gurpreet Seehra 7 years ago
What can we do after Adsense Account is disabled?
by Liz Westwood 19 months ago
I have received the following email from Google AdSense: "We've noticed that your AdSense account has been inactive for the last five months. If your account doesn't generate any ad impressions in the next 30 days. it will be reset and you will be required to connect your site to AdSense...
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