Okay, I'm wondering if anyone here has any knowledge about two people who live in the same household each having their own AdSense ID. Is there a way to do it?
Here's the situation: My mom has an AdSense ID which she received as part of her profile here at HubPages. My father has a You Tube channel that gets tons of hits and so he thought he would add AdSense to it, but Google rejected him because an ID already exists with the postal address. So then he tried to just use my mom's ID but it too was rejected because he has a different email address than she.
Does this sound right? Is there a work-around that anyone's aware of?
You can post your problem in Google Adsense forum.I think Google Pro might help you to solve this problem.Good luck.
I read somewhere that the same address can have two ad-sense accounts if one is business and one is personal...
but be on the safe side and ask support
Thank you... I haven't visited the AdSense forum before, I'll head there and ask away...
Uuuggh - Google AdSense Help Forum full of idiots! Can't seem to find a way to contact Google direct with question...
Try to e-mail them at [email@example.com ]This is the email address that is on the mailer I got when I received my pin number from goggle for my AdSense account. Maybe you can get some answers from them. Good luck !
One approach would be to just use the same account and use channels to divvy out the money to the one that earned it.
Yep, use oen adsense account, use channels to show where the income is coming from.
@ Lisa HW - LOL!!!
@ Oli - He tried to use her affiliate ID but it wouldn't allow that because they have different email addresses...
How about using a relative's postal address? I don't think it is ever used again after the PIN is sent there.
Go into adsense set up on your mums account, then allowed sites and make sure allow all sites to show my ads is clicked, create a channnel for you tube and that should do the trick. Your dads details don't need to be on it your mums will be fine.
Hope this helps
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