Hubpages seems to think that google disabled me. That is not true. I contacted google and they say that I need to resubmit my application. But HP has me blocked. AND google made it very clear that I have to apply THROUGH this website. How do I actually contact someone to clear the block that should not be there???? I'm sick of dealing with this already. I have google ads on my hubs, and while I don't have much traffic, I would like to continue writing, but not if google and HP are not going to share with me, since I'm the one doing all the work.
You need to write a mail to the team explaining your problem in detail to get this sorted out. Quoting mails from Google to you help sort this out faster
The forums may not help you much. email@example.com is you way to get in touch with admin.
How do you know that?
Its most likely that, Google thought your hubs do not/are too young to qualify.
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