I am trying to remove my adsense from my profile and I can't seem to find a way to do that. Does anyone know how to remove it? The option it gives me is sign-up.
There isn't an easy way to do this right now. It requires one of our tech guys to go in and manually remove it. You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting for your AdSense ID to be removed from your account, and we'll take care of it for you as soon as we can.
You also have the option of logging into your AdSense account and denying HubPages access to your AdSense account on that end, which effectively disassociates it. In that case, you would still see your ID on your affiliate page, but instead of "Active" it would read "Refused" instead. To manage what sites have access to your AdSense account, log in and visit the Account Access page.
by Robbie C Wilson4 years ago
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by hassam5 years ago
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by Ananta657 years ago
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