How do you go about finding out what your TOS violation? I can resubmit to adsense after I correct it, but I don't know what it is to correct it. The only hub that I have with affiliate links on it is <snipped link>. If someone thinks this could be the problem, please let me know. Also do new hubbers have to wait the 6 months also. Is there anyone has been writing for less than 6 months and recently been approved by adsense? Please help me. Thanks
I joined on the 12th and was approved by AdSense on the 15th. I was approved by Amazom.com before AdSense although I applied to them after.
Thanks for responding to the 6 month wait. I now know that is not the problem. I am sorry for putting a link in this forum. I didn't know it wasn't allowed here. I have rewrote 2 hubs, instead of removing them totally and resubmitted my application to adsense. The hubs I reworded were giving my preference to items. I will know in a couple of days. I also took the advice and switched all of my hubs to commercial. Thanks for your help. I will be back if this is not what they want. I greatly appreciate the help and e-mail.
I got kicked for the same reason. Never found out what the problem was. I enjoy the writing so I said screw 'em if they don't want me.
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