I am getting really frustrated. I want to change my email address for google and adsense and my blogs.
The trouble is 1 blog has the address that I want to transfer everything too.
Therefore google will not let me change it as it says someone already has this one. derrrr
As they will not answer emails what can I do. this is driving me mad..........HELP SOMEONE WISER THAN ME. TAR.
I have just realised what has happened they have now given me my new email address as a new account. therefore the old email address has all my money.
and I cannot connect the two. I just wanted to simply change my email address as it wont be working in about 8 days time. I also have to change it in here. Now I suppose that will cause another mix up as to which one google will connect it to. Oh helllllls bells. this is madness
No Problem. As far as I know, you can link your new e-mail ID to your old ID in Google Adsense. I am not sure what will happen here on HP but I think till your Google Adsense Publisher ID is here, there is no problem with your adsense earnings from HP.
Here is your Solution to Google Problem:
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … mp=1#12745
You need More Help ? Here you go:
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … mp=1#12745
Good Luck !
Thanks for your help, But none of that works. Because I cannot tell them that I already had a blog with them under the email address that I want to change all my adsense, hubpages too.
Looks like I will just have to wait until I receive a cheque and then maybe start all over again.
I will go in to hubpages and see if I can change that email address successfully now.
Life wasnt meant to be easy......thanks anyway.
You don't have to tell Google anything. You can just create a New e-mail a/c and link it with the existing one so that you are able to sign in when your old e-mail a/c is no longer working. You can do everything once you are signed in with your new e-mail ID.
You cannot have 2 adsense a/c with the same name and address.
You are just making it that hard...It is not that hard. Take it easy.
Best Wishes !
They aren't going to let you have a new AdSense account (with the same tax identification number anyway), so I'd recommend that you figure out a way to work things out with Google. If you can't, you might be best of canceling your existing AdSense account before you lose access to your current email address There are instructions for that here:
Paul thanks, I went in and started to cancel this. Then it said that I have to delete the code in here or on web page. But when I go into the affiliate page and try to remove I cannot find out how to delete it.
Have you any ideas how to do this I tried to follow the yes I have a adsense thing but it still does not show how to delet the code. can you tell me how . Other wise I cannot cancel the adsense. Thanks for your help.
Eileen, have you tried emailing Adsense and explaining the situation?
Marissa yes I have, And emailed them again re cancelling and still no reply I have even deleted 2 blogs completely because they were under the old email I have still got two others up there a hub page one and another one.
Paul thanks for that. I will go in and delete my account with them like you said they say they will still pay as long as over $10 and it is $109 now. But will only get what it was up to the $100 I think . If I get that I will be pleased though I would hate to have lost that.
I am only doing this because we are taking off around australia for 12 months and will not have home phone or current internet connection any more. Otherwise I would not have gone through this thats for sure. Thanks again everyone for your help.
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