I have been denied adsense account and they always answer I have "issue"?? I applied almost 8 weeks ago and do not know what I should do now! I am in Hubpages and Xomba and applied through my gmail for my Adsense account. Thought I can start earning some money as I have written 11 hubs already in Hubpages. Wonder what is the policy of Adsense in accepting new accounts? What is the best thing for me to do?
It is not clear why your application was denied. Could you elaborate, maybe it will be possible to offer some suggestions.
First I applied under g mail account when I started with Xomba.
Adsense gave me a reference number under Xomba. I also applied using g mail for Hubpages account ( Not knowing I only need only 1 Adsense for both Xomba and Adsense). Since then I have unsuccessfully reapplied which is their standard answer. I wrote in to explain but no one seems to look into the matter.
I have reapplied almost 4 times under my g mail and once under my yahoo even . Maybe they blocked it because they think I am having too many accounts.
Does Hubpages assist hubbers to get our Adsense especially coming from Asia , we feel some unfair prejudice in their customer service?
If you mean that Adsense already has issued an affiliate ID for you for Xomba, you will be using the same ID for HubPages. One person only gets one Adsense ID, which you can use anywhere.
You mean that was the Adsense ID , I used but they said rejected. Let me check. Thanks.
This is what I have in my Affiliate Settings. The number corresponds with my Xomba Adsense application.
What is TOS violation?
I have been to Adsense forums but cannot get my problem solved.
Disabled by Google for TOS Violation
Sorry, but that is a very difficult situation. Google has a system where it is possible to file an appeal in case an account was unreasonably closed for a TOS violation. From what I have understood, reinstatements are rarely granted.
The ban is permanent. Some people try to open a new account with a different address and so on, but Google will shut them down as soon as they discover it, and they are very good at that.
Realistically speaking, you may want to opt for other affiliate programs like Amazon.
i don't think HP helps the Asian user to get a quicker approval, its totally a Google thing.
TOS is 'terms of service'. So they have disabled your account for non-compliance with one of their rules. Your only real chance of long-term reinstatement would be to work out which one, correct it and reapply with an explanation. But don't expect them to be any more specific.
Grim, but worth a try. Good luck, and feel free to post here again if you need information or feedback.
Adsense is advertising in my hubs already . I am not even registered and they are unfairly penalising me when I am not even an affiliate yet or earning any money from them. Also who earns the commission from the Adsense ads in my hubs?
Since you do not have Adsense, HubPages gets 100% of the page impressions and associated revenue. But HubPages has no influence upon Google's decision to deny your Adsense application; the two companies are separate.
You can manually disable ads, provided that your hubs do not have any outbound links. This is done by using the tabs in the upper right portion of your screen while in editing mode.
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