My adsense account has been disabled earlier (I even could not know what was the reason for it). After making an appeal, I got my account reinstated but three days before, my account has been disapproved. I still did not know the reason for it. However, I had made an appeal again. Despite of clicking any invalid option, and posting non secure articles, how my account is disabled and disapproved. Should I not be known the specific reasons for it ? My earnings are being affected by this activity. I want to know the reasons and there is no possibility for it as appears to me.
Google adsense is blocked for click fraud. If you click on your ads even accidentally, it is still considered as fraud.
There is an issue when adsense account is closed by hubber or google. According to Hub Pages, you are not eligable for other hub earnings. You get to keep amazon and ebay if you are their affiliate.
I have been in contact with the Hub Team about Google Adsense. They have asked me to let other Hubbers who have a problem with Adsense to let them know.
This is not fair that we have to have a Google Adsense account that is active. Otherwise, we write and write, and write some more, and earn zip from hub pages program.
I woke up to find my adsense/gmail disabled and have not a clue why...and it is a fricken nightmare to get an answer when you can't post in the forum because you are blocked. I have sent 3 messages to google, should I contact hubpages? Should I perform an appeal?
You know the frustrating thing is I posted on a Google forum that I was concerned about my adsense activity and no response. What now?!
This is part of response I got from Hub Pages.
3) Please ask any other Hubbers who feel they have been cheated out of revenue by Google AdSense to contact us.
You need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Let Hub Pages know what Google Adsense is doing. There have been other complaints here, and throughout Internet that Google Adsense is disabled, without explanation when a person gets close to payout minimum of $100 and because of the shut down before they hit 100, they lose every penny.
Google Adsense is making a killing. We are penalized by losing income for no reason. Then, we lose out on Hub Program when we do not have Google Adsenses
Hubbers, start flooding email@example.com with Google Adsense Complaints.
Thank you so much I will appeal it, so to date my gmail, adsense, and blogger all has been disabled, and believe me I am not a techie by all means, I'd be that guy who wouldn't have a friggen clue how to do anything wrong. I will contact Hubpages for it would make no sense to write and not earn. UHGGGG!!!!
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