I have a google adsense account that was turned down; they just emailed me to tell me I should join use adsense, but when I go to the hubpages/google adsense and try to link, google still tells me I'm not approved - what's going on here?
We sent that to anyone who doesn't have an AdSense account. However, if you were turned down for AdSense by Google, and don't understand why, you should follow up with Google.
Thanks Jason, I tried that and they told me to contact the hubpages team, so I (think?) here I am.
Jason Menayan, it looks kind of strong. Hurts the eyes and aesthetical senses.
by Rohit2 months ago
I set up my hubpages account more than six months ago. The site has sufficient content, The association from google adsense is still pending saying Account Not Active An AdSense account does not exist for this login,as...
by Ananta657 years ago
Well, that’s nice, very nice. I haven’t got a clue of what I did wrong. And after filling in the online appeal form they told me they had reviewed my account information, taken my feedback into account, but still...
by William F Torpey13 months ago
My Google Adsense Account has disappeared. How do I get it back?
by Sinclair Miller III5 years ago
When trying to get approved for Google AdSense, does the Account Type matter?
by felishiyafiamma12 months ago
Hi Hubbers, I checked my account yesterday on August 20, 2016 and to my surprise the Google Adsense has approved my application. It is hardly even two months, when I signed up.
by GlenR5 weeks ago
When linking to my Google Adsense account via my Hubpages earnings settings I found the following message - ‘ In the past 7 days your ad code has appeared a significant number of times on sites that you don’t own.To...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.