I had a blog that was removed by blogger, the problem is that I got my adsense account approved through this blog.
Now I have account with different writing sites such as hubpages, infobarrel, and more. I already put the channels for these sites on my adsense account.
What I need to know is: will adsense close my account because they deleted the blog that was first associated with it, or will they keep it for my other channels.
I don't think they will, as you didn't actually do anything to violate their rules as far as i know. I hope that helped.
It is nothing do with the blogger. Even You can sign up to google adsense , provided you own website or other type of blogging. Don't worry. Make sure it is active. All the best.
No your Adsense ID will remain active, it does not link with the removal of your blog at blogger. So dont you worry, you can still enjoy with your AdSense ID.
No your adsense account will be active. If your id in adsense is made then they donot delete your account until you violate any condition
I guess blogger and Adsense are separate entities though both are owned by google. Removal of a blogger blog may not necessarily imply termination of you adsense account.
Your adsense is independent of blogger. Adsense just needed to see that you were serious about blogging before they would give you an account.
What was the reason for the removal from Blogger? If it was something that was both a violation of Blogger's terms and a violation of Adsense policy, you could have lost your Adsense account if you were using it on your blog. They would have told you that your Adsense account was suspended though, so I think you're in the clear.
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