My previous Adsense application disapproved because the web site which I applied for Adsense is not older than 6 months.
Anyway it is very close to complete 6 months for my hubpages account. So I decided to use the hubpages account to apply for Adsense once it completed 6 months.
Now the problem is in the Google Adsense configuration page shows as follows.
You may not apply for Google AdSense through HubPages because of the following issue:
It appears that your Google AdSense Application, with the publisher id ca-pub-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx has been disapproved by Google. You should have received an email from Google explaining why. You can make any necessary updates to your application and resubmit by signing in to the Google AdSense Home Page using the email address and password you provided with your application.
It seems I can't apply for Adsense again via "Google Adsense configuration" in my hubpages account. So what should I do?
If I apply for Adsense via Google Adsense official page, what should I use as the domain name? hubpages.com or sub domain for my account?
Dont worry. The things will be sorted out. Only you need to do is use the sub domain for your account instead of the main.
I am having a bigger problem.I am not able to re submit my application again.The page just tells that I am not approved unlike before I could at least resubmit.Even if i use hubpage for more than 6 months and publish good hubs, will I get to see the page of google adsense where I can resubmit the application?
You should go to the AdSense support forum and post your problem there. Possibly, the prior application(s) can be deleted, so that you will get the chance to apply again. But it all depends on the reasons for the application having been declined.
It is better to have at least ten hubs before you reapply. Google has become strict with approvals and people from certain countries have to wait for six months before approval.
I forgot to mention here that my application fully approved in late December. Thanks for your help.
My application has now been partially approved..but still being reviewed to be fully accepted.Thanx
@dumindu89:Pls go to help and then to account administration. Ask them to remove the adsense from your profile.Then the next day your disapproved adsense will be removed.Then you apply for another google adsense with a new email id.I did the same.I had insufficient content when i applied so it was disapproved and I coudn't reaaply it either.So, I though of it.My adsense is now partially approved .Waiting to be fully approved.I hope it helps.
As I said in my earlier post, I got the Adsense approval and I already earned few bucks via Adsense .
HA.. what new email ID? You can't open another one.. even if its on your relative's name.. first of all they do not approve it and later even if they do.. on 8th of each month they review your account.. and they find out something fishy.. they'll strike off the adsense account without an iota of mercy..
I had a problem with them and never got the email. I contacted Google. Then, I got rid of adsense on all of my blogs. I also had to open another gmail account. Then I had to create another site, or blog site under the new gmail. I also had to change my hub pages email address to the new one. Adsense is a pain.
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