When I started writing on hubpages I was very much new to working online. I didn't knew what to do and how to get an adsense account. So I took some help from my friend. He allowed me to use his adsense account instead making a new one. One month back I don't know for what reason that adsense account got blocked. I used the same account for some of my blogs also. After all this now I want to get my own adsense account to avoid such issues. Can I do so? Will there be any problem if I used a new account on Hubpages? Can I use a new account for my blogs also?
I don't want that after investing my time and hard work for months, I will be told by google that sorry your adsense account is again blocked for making a new one
Please need some help on this issue. I know you might say it will be not a problem if I use a new adsense account on HP but I desperately want to know about the blogs also. PLEASE do help.
Was the adsense account that was blocked linked to you, or any of your account information? If not, you shouldn't have a problem getting your own account. However, it may cause concern for Google if you try to place the adsense code on a site that has been blocked previously from the other account.
GAbaptist offers good advice. I see no problem with the application, provided the issues that led to disabling of the account were unrelated to your HubPages account. Publishers can use their AdSense ID on any compliant domain, so you have done nothing wrong by letting him do that, as far as I can tell.
by Tammy Cornett 8 years ago
My husband and I have been on HP for quite awhile--He(Tom Cornett) has been here for 19 months, and I have been for 16 months.When I joined up, we were told we couldn't have two separate Adsense accounts, and I had to add mine to Tom's. We had no issues with doing that at all, so we added my...
by zebtron 2 years ago
There is currently an issue with AdSense that is interfering with changes, additions, or applications.We are aware of the issue and are in communication with Google AdSense and hope they will have a solution shortly.Please note this only affects account configuration. Thanks for your patience.
by Levictus Marcus Saarith 14 months ago
Hopefully someone from Hubpages HQ can look into this.I believe that those of us that are using a hosted account with Adsense are not getting any ad revenue on impressions from the niche sites.I base this on the fact that my daily impressions on Hubpages vs Adsense differ by a factor of about 100....
by Paul Deeds 6 years ago
Because of some technical problems with the Google AdSense API, since Thursday evening you can not associate or create a new Google AdSense account through the HubPages Affiliate Settings Page. If you try, the error you see will say an internal error occurred, which indicates a problem in...
by bankscottage 6 years ago
I applied for an AdSense account before I had enough content. My account on Adsense says that it is "in review", on HubPages, it says it was "denied". A few months ago Google asked that I put their code on my work so that they can crawl it and finish my account review (You...
by matchpost 6 weeks ago
I got banned from Hubpages because of violations. I agree with the mistake, I did. But now I want to join HubPages back. I am sure that I will not repeat the same mistake again. What is the possible way to get back to HubPages and start making money again?
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