According to the message from Google, they feel you've violated the terms of service.
You're going to have to read their rules and contact them to find out where you went wrong. I can tell you right now that they don't take kindly to people using domains that include their company name in them. That alone could have done it.
i am just confirm with one problem
i put another adsense publisher ads and including my Adsense ads also on my site i thing that why disabled my account and guys give me your suggestion
( wordpress theme i using plugin Ad Sense Revenue Sharing Options already default one publisher account to be added i can"t change that )
Account disabled = banned
Banned for life.
It sounds like you've just had your second account banned.
If you start again you'll either run afoul of the rules, or they'll eventually figure out who you are and disable you again.
If you had one adsense account, and it was banned, and then you signed up to another adsense account, they probably figured it out.
If you commited any kind of click fraud, they probably figured it out.
Plus you have adult content ads on one site, and that spammy questionnaire cr** on the other site.
Adsense also states regularly that if an account is in vilation for policy changes such as these they will warn you before disabling an account. Adsense knows that many people own hundreds of sites, it's why they didn't do things like disable the legacy adsense code. There are tiers of adsense policy infringements, many of them will get you a warning email, others will get you banned.
i can create another adsense account, how to add my hubs
I don't think affiliate will help this guy when he can't write English. His two hubs are the result of having been put through a translator. I think his English is too poor to consider earning money online.
I hadn't checked out his hubs.
I agree, to an extent, but there is nothing stopping him making an website in his own language and making money via affiliates. Hubpages may not be the best site for him, but you don't have to write in English to make money online.
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