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  1. dr.jeff@live.com profile image57
    dr.jeff@live.composted 7 years ago

    I would like to get paid for this, however, I don't know what to do about the HTML source code required by Google AdSense to complete my account. Can someone help me with this PLEASE?!

    1. classicalgeek profile image85
      classicalgeekposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      In my experience, the absolute easiest way to get Adsense approved is to start a blogspot blog, post ten items, and apply. If you're rejected, post ten more and reapply. I've never known anyone with 20 posted items on a blogspot blog get rejected.

      You can't edit the HTML of hubpages. We'd have chaos.

    2. hotwebideas profile image77
      hotwebideasposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      You need the HTML source itself. Hubpages will take care of that for you. You simply need to start a Google Adsense account and get your Affiliate Code from Google Adsense. Once you have it, simply enter it into the Google section of your Earnings section. That's your answer.

      Bruce

      1. hotwebideas profile image77
        hotwebideasposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Correction: I meant to say that you do NOT need the HTML source code.

    3. Marisa Wright profile image97
      Marisa Wrightposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      You're trying to follow the instructions for installing Adsense on your website.  HubPages is not your website.

      There are special instructions for using Adsense with HubPages and you'll find them here:

      http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/1-2- … gs-adsense

      Bear this in mind whenever you're writing on revenue-sharing sites like HubPages.  The instructions given by Adsense, eBay, Amazon, and other affiliate companies are designed for you to use on your own website because that's what most people do.  When you write on someone else's site, there will be special instructions on that site which you'll have to find and follow.

      1. hotwebideas profile image77
        hotwebideasposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Good answer, Marisa Wright.

        1. PA Grad Gal profile image81
          PA Grad Galposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          Hi guys! So once you have messed up and Hubpages tells you that your adsense account has been disabled how do you wipe the slate clean so that you can do it through hubpages correctly??

  2. H S M profile image57
    H S Mposted 7 years ago

    Hi Guys, Me & Dr. Jeff are new to hub pages. when I applied for google adsense, 1st they replied your site is under construction, after reviewing my profile, Adsense team reported  the following problem :

    Domain ownership: To complete our review of your website, we need to confirm that you have access to the HTML source code of the URL you've submitted or were given access to AdSense via a third-party platform.

    I. If you host your own website or can edit the HTML code, please complete the following steps:

       1. Access the HTML source code of hubpages.com.
       2. Create a separate page on the site and paste the snippet:

    <p>This post confirms my ownership of the site and that this site adheres to Google AdSense program policies and Terms and Conditions:  ca-pub-0940652581293683 </p>

       3. Resubmit the application as described below after replacing hubpages.com in the 'Website URL' with the URL of the page on which you have pasted the snippet.

    After reading your replies to dr.Jeff, I re do all the process and found the following on my hub pages google ad-sense affiliate page.

    You may not apply for Google AdSense through HubPages because of the following issues:

    Your HubPages profile is less than 6 months old. Google requires applicants from some locations, including China and India, to have owned their site for at least 6 months. To learn more read is my site eligible to participate in AdSense?.

    It appears that your Google AdSense Account, with the publisher id ca-pub-0940652581293683 has been disabled due to violations of Terms and Conditions. You should not apply again, as each person is only allowed to have a single Google AdSense Account. Please review Google's Disabled Account FAQ for further steps that you might take.

    1. PA Grad Gal profile image81
      PA Grad Galposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      This is what is happening to all of us, but no one seems to have the solution.

    2. Marisa Wright profile image97
      Marisa Wrightposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Did you follow the instructions here:

      http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/1-2- … gs-adsense

      when you applied?  If you try to apply for Adsense any other way, without a website, that's the result you'll get.

      Also, if you live in India, you have to wait 6 months before applying for Adsense. 

      HubPages can't help you with either of those things. In the first case, you applied incorrectly, and in the second case, it's a Google rule.

      1. PA Grad Gal profile image81
        PA Grad Galposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Yea I'll admit I applied incorrectly, but there was to be a way to fix and, but hubpages  now won't let me apply through them because it says google has disabled my account. It's like I need hubpages to reset my account to that I can apply correctly.

  3. psycheskinner profile image83
    psycheskinnerposted 7 years ago

    Once things are really snarled up it can be a good idea to through up a blog, put some stuff on to age and apply for that url--then use the code here too.

 
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