I'm not sure whether this goes in the "Report a Problem" or "Knowledge Exchange" sections so I'll just post it here.
Four days ago I registered for an Adsense account using the Sign Up link from HubPages. Today Adsense sent me an email saying my Adsense account was not approved because "Domain ownership is not clear" and it told me to upload an Adsense,txt. file to hubpages.com/profile/wgsu007/adsense.txt
How exactly do I do that?
And if you need it here is PART of the letter (The part discussing the problem) (Yeah it's in Chinese):
Here is the translated version (bad grammar because I used Google Translator):
i really dont understand why you got rejected. all you have to do is sign up get the code and paste it in your affliate settings. whats the problem???
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