I've been trying to sign up to Google AdSense for Hubpages.
However, I've recently moved countries, so I had to close my existing AdSense account and am trying to open a new one. Nightmare, as everything is linked to my original email account
Anyway, under the Hubpages 'Get Started' with AdSense, I answer 'No' to do you already have an existing AdSense account, and enter my new email address, and I get this message:
'It appears as though this email address is already in use with Google AdSense. If you already have an AdSense account, we can add it to your Hubpages account now.'
Please help/advise, thanks!
Please see this help thread
http://support.google.com/adsense/bin/a … er=2372633
Thanks. I've read the link before, and I fall into the second category, whereby I was told to close my account and reopen using a new email address.
Which leads me to the problem above.
You can't open a new Adsense. It is a one per person, ever, sort of deal. They no doubt can tell you are the same person by IP address if nothing else.
You need to contact them and have the old account cancelled and expunged before opening a new one. Otherwise the system with just detect that you already have an account and deny you.
I already cancelled the old account.
Received the confirmation email in March.
Well apparently it didn't take, if the account was expunged by Adsense staff, not just closed by you, this wouldn't be happening. Closing the account on your end is not sufficient, you have to email them, explain your legitimate chage of address and have them change its status. Basically, You need to contact them again, which takes ages but there is no alternative. And be sure to use a completely new email address to open the new account.
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