Hub Pages is a wonderful place to write, and they are not only very helpful with problems, but friendly and kind as well. They are a most gracious hosting site.
Google however, seems to be lacking in morals as far as living up to their end of things. It is rather strange that right when it is time to pay, they close your account for no reason what so ever.
It is all good though, thankfully I am eternally grateful for this wonderful experience. I have learned a lot from my fellow hubbers, thank you all. Thank you Hub Pages, you truly are very kind. Best Wishes For All.
It's not unusual for people with Adsense accounts who reach payout to lose their account. Why? It's nothing to do with Google taking their money, it's to do with the way Google checks and verifies.
Until you reach payout, it's not a financially (or time) viable option for Google to check your work. There are probably millions of people with Adsense accounts who've never gone over $10. However once you reach payout, Google will be giving you real money, and that's when they verify that your content matches their policies.
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … nswer=9905
... "first, we have to validate your earnings for accuracy -- a process that takes place the first week of every month on the previous month's earnings..."
..."if a publisher's account is found to be in violation of our Terms and Conditions or policies, we may at any time withhold payment (beginning from when Google initiates its investigation of potential violations), charge back the publisher's account, and/or refund advertisers for clicks received on the publisher's site or AdSense for search results page"...
by Michelle Zunter 2 years ago
After many hubbers tried so hard to sign up with Google Adsense, has it made any difference for them in traffic, etc, once they finally got it?
by Salma Hassaballa 15 months ago
Hi Hubbers, I have signed up for Google AdSense program a month ago, and I have received the following text in my Google Adsense homepage:We are working on connecting your site"This usually takes up to 3 days, but in some cases, it can take a bit longer. We'll email you when...
by Dan Harmon 6 years ago
Over the past few months I've averaged about a click per day, generally paying 50 cents or maybe a dollar.A few weeks ago I had a months worth of clicks in just a few days - none paid anything and I'm sure Google decided they were bad somehow. No problem, though I've never had that many all...
by vespawoolf 4 years ago
A week ago, I received an email from Google AdSense saying my application had been partially reviewed, they would continue to review my site and it would be either approved or disapproved in 4 business days. I still haven't heard anything. Is there anything I can do other than send them an email?
by Terrace 14 months ago
So, I got this email from google adsense. Can anyone help?
by IzzyM 6 years ago
Everyone I know here seems to have their Google traffic back. I don't know about Randy, he hasn't posted recently.I am taking a long hard look at my writing, and I guess it falls at every hurdle, somehow.Yet when I search Google for many topics, I see first page results that I should be able to...
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