I used to have an adsense account but have been away from hubages for 6 months...now I'm back and trying to get staterd again, Adsense say I have NO earnings with them....even though I had 20 dollars accrued 6 months ago...so I'm tring to satrt again:
please help. trying to set up ADSENSE accout, but they keep saying they can't find my site and URL is invalid.....I am quoting http://marieryan.hubpages.com/ as this is what appears in address box when I'm on my profile page.... but their example shows " eg; www.example.com"
thanks so much
You cannot have more than one Adsense account per house hold. So it's best you DON'T try and apply for another, as this will get your first one banned if it still exists.
Have you tried logging into the account using your email at Adsense.com? Have you tried asking for a new password? Have you checked to make sure you didn't get a banning notice in your email from Adsense? Your Adsense account should still exist, even if it is inactive.
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