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UPDATE: AdSense Account Reinstated

UPDATE 3/2/2011

**Update** I got an email from AdSense today and they say that upon further review they are reversing their decision and reinstating my account. SO, I guess maybe they finally saw I did not do anything wrong. I am very grateful and relieved for this... yet a bit shook up still that it even happened.. I guess they weren't quite as horrible as I thought- though I still feel what happened was wrong. Anyway, just want everyone to know (that have read this hub and for all who commented) that they did actually reverse their decision and reinstate my account. I really hope this was a freak thing that happened to me and doesn't happen often to other people. Who knows?

Here is what happened:

I signed up for Adsense a few months ago when I first started writing on HubPages. It wasn't the main reason I joined but Adsense quickly became a huge motivator for me after I checked my earnings and they were actually adding up. Though it was slow earnings, I was okay with that. It really motivated me to continue with my writing and really started to pay attention to my hubs making sure that they were in proper format and all that stuff. I wrote mainly about stuff that I was interested in but what I felt like others would be interested in as well, like arts and craft tutorials, link to tutorials etc. I put A LOT of energy into it almost every single day. So, the other day I checked my email and all of the sudden I get this email:

Subject : Google Adsense Account Disabled

After reviewing our records, we've determined that your AdSense account
poses a risk of generating invalid activity. Because we have a
responsibility to protect our AdWords advertisers from inflated costs due
to invalid activity, we've found it necessary to disable your AdSense
account. Your outstanding balance and Google's share of the revenue will
both be fully refunded back to the affected advertisers.

Please understand that we need to take such steps to maintain the
effectiveness of Google's advertising system, particularly the
advertiser-publisher relationship. We understand the inconvenience that
this may cause you, and we thank you in advance for your understanding and

If you have any questions or concerns about the actions we've taken, how
you can appeal this decision, or invalid activity in general, you can find
more information by visiting


The Google AdSense Team

I have done a MAJOR edit to this hub because the original was filled with a lot of disappointment and anger at adsense because I thought they had wrongfully closed my account. Since they have now reinstated it, I am not sure what to do now... as I still feel strongly that what happened was wrong. I never wanted to discourage anyone from being affiliated with adsense but I did want to make other serious writers aware of what had happened to me.

What I can do is share my experience and that is that on 2/14/2011 I got an email that my account was disabled for invalid click activity (email above) I felt the reason was vague and they would not expand on the reason for terminating my account. I then appealed and the appeal was denied BUT I have received an email on 3/2/2001 stating that they have reversed their decision and are in fact reinstating my account. As I stated in this hub (before the edit) I was very angry and hurt over this and now, since this has happened, it leaves me confused, wondering why all this happened in the first place.

So for whatever reason (still don't know) my account was posing a risk for invalid click activity so they disabled it. Maybe disabling doesn't necessarily mean closing for good? Anyway, they disabled it and then re-reviewed the records and made the decision (a few weeks later) it didn't pose a risk for invalid click activity so they have now reinstated it?  From what I've read about invalid click activity there is pretty much nothing I could have done to prevent it and there's no way anyone could have come in and logged into my account and clicked on my ads unless a someone broke into my house, logged onto my account and clicked on the ads.  It's a big question mark but I sure hope it doesn't happen again.

If nothing else this has made me more aware of needing to pay attention to all the details like eCPM and things like that and also I plan to start paying more attention to other details of my account besides just the earnings. I just sure do hope that this doesn't happen again to me or anyone else. This whole thing has been really stressful but what I can say for adsense is they did the right thing and reinstated my account.

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Dr Kulsum Mehmood from Nagpur, India on July 23, 2020:

Hi Jamie.

Awaiting your guidance please .....

Dr Kulsum Mehmood from Nagpur, India on July 12, 2020:

Hi Jamie ..... I have been writing online for hubpages since last 10 to 12 years. I applied for registration for Adsense in the beginning but was refused. A couple of years back my account was accepted but the flow of revenue was very slow-paced. I might be doing something wrong. Please guide me as to how I may go about it to tap the inflow.

SWEETEST LOVE on July 11, 2020:

Do they send the outstanding balance to publishers after they have reinstated the AdSense Account?

nidhi on November 21, 2018:

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I got the same mail today. Don't know what happened. I appealed 2 times but they reject the appeal. What to do next

jyoti on September 17, 2018:

I have 1-month-old adsense account approved on my website with all legit article and all.

after 39 days they disable my account, the appeal also failed.

I was using that account for 3 websites.

My question is?

May I use new adsense code on that website.

which I buy or got approved by another 4 websites.

Shaira Leosala on July 02, 2017:

My adsense account was disabled and I think it's because my friends know how ads work and they know that by clicking on them helps me earn money. I didnt force them to do that. In fact my youtube channel is just a jobby. What do I do to appeal for it? :(

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on December 04, 2014:

HeatherBlesh- I am so happy for you! That is awesome :)

Heather Ann Gomez from Monterey, CA on November 20, 2014:

Great News! My Adsense is back up and running. Wooo Hooo!

It turns out that my Hosted Adsense account years ago was never truly fully approved. There was nothing in their system and I used the email address I had previously used for adsense and it was approved. Weird since I had a publishers account. I remember I had just become a member back then and didn't have much content. What a jumbled mess, but it is all better now.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on November 20, 2014:

Heather- I'm sorry to hear that has happened. I remember how I felt and it really was hard. Though I am truly, truly grateful my account was re-instated, I know that doesn't seem to be the case for many. Out of curiosity, what was the reason they disabled your account? Good luck to you :)

Heather Ann Gomez from Monterey, CA on November 13, 2014:

I was just notified by Hubpages today that my Ad-earnings program was not active. Which I thought was weird. Then I saw that Adsense had disabled my account. I put in an appeal today. Wish me luck. I will be crushed if they deny me. I joined Hubpages over 6 years ago, now I'm back and writing more content again. I was getting excited about increasing my earnings. Now I'm sad.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 14, 2013:

GirlsTalk- HI... sorry this happened to you :( When this happened to me, I wrote and filed an appeal (I think it was called) and told them I was innocent but I was emailed back and told the appeal was denied.. However a few weeks later, I was contacted by email and it stated they had made a decision to re-instate my account. Surely if they see you are innocent, they will give you another chance.. Best of luck to you :)

sharon from Brisbane Australia on April 11, 2013:

I also just had my adsense disabled for inappropriate clicks, and I understand your disappointment. My clicks worked out at only 1 click per thousand pages. I had 14 clicks in 5 months and 14000 pages viewed. I just told them that I hardly thought 3 clicks a month over 14,000 pages could hardly be called excessive. I certainly didn't click any of the adverts either, so I'm hoping to have account reinstated also. Did you say the first time they said they wouldn't reinstate, but then changed their mind and reinstated your account?

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on September 18, 2012:

That is awesome! So glad it's working for you and that your sis is doing good as well and I'm sure she will reach payout soon... a lower payout threshold is a huge motivator. So glad to hear from you! Keep up the great work :)

cheerfulnuts from Manila, Philippines on September 16, 2012:

Aww...thanks Jamie! My sister has also a few hubs on Squidoo, but she is focusing more on her blogs. We have monetized our blogs with other ad networks such as Chitika and Infolinks. Both have much lower payout thresholds compared to Adsense, but we haven't reached them yet.

After I got an email from Squidoo telling me that they had sent me my first payment, I was really surprised! My sister got excited so she started transferring more hubs to her Squidoo account too (At first she got discouraged to write on Squidoo because she couldn't publish some of her articles there. Squidoo has different set of rules from HP.). Anyway, I hope that she will reach her first payout soon.:)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on September 15, 2012:

Hi there! So great to "see" you!! I am really happy to hear that you are still writing and I hear Squidoo is another great site, one of the few that are comparable to HP.. So glad to hear you are having success but it's not surprising because you are a great writer and you definitely deserve it! Any money earned is awesome.. there is no feeling like getting that payout. Just keep on writing and your earnings will surely grow :) Best of luck to you... how is your sis? I'm going to stop over at Squidoo sometime and see you :)

cheerfulnuts from Manila, Philippines on September 14, 2012:

Hello Jamie! It's been a while since I last commented here. I just want to let you know that I'm now earning a bit even without my Adsense.:) I have transferred some of my hubs to Squidoo and I have reached my first payout in June this year. I reached my payout two more times after that.:) It's really not much (especially compared to what I earned in Adsense), but I'm still glad because the earnings had already been transferred to my Paypal account, which means that I can spend the money now! I'm in the process of learning more about Squidoo. I miss HubPages and everyone here, but I'm glad that I found Squidoo. I can still continue to write and earn a bit from it.:)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 09, 2012:

kai0224liu- Welcome to HubPages. I went over to have a look at your hubs to see what might be the problem and I think it's because you only have one hub written. I believe they have tightened their criteria and are requiring applicants to have multiple, good quality hubs written. I would write some more hubs and then re-apply. You can re-apply can't you? Best of luck to you!

kaikai from TX on August 09, 2012:

I got disapproved either, they said it does not meet their criteria.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on February 06, 2012:

rajan jolly- Thank you for the votes.. I really appreciate that! I am happy you said this hub was a morale booster because that is exactly why I wrote it. I really wanted people to know it's possible to get your account back. It sounds like you are on the right track and should have approval soon :0) Thank you for reading my story and commenting... I'm wish you the very best and thank you again for stopping by!

Rajan Singh Jolly from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar, INDIA. on February 05, 2012:

jamiebrock, congrats on having your Adsense a/c reinstated. My a/c has been diasapproved twice probably because I am from a country for which google has put a 6 months active account condition. I am still waiting for the period to get over. In the meantime I ame writing regularly and try to follow all conditions of compliance to Google's terms. I hope I get the approval soon.

Your hub is a morale booster to those whose accounts are on hold.

Voted up and useful.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on January 29, 2012:

how-to-make, thank you for the compliment about my hub.. I really appreciate it. I'm sorry to hear this happened to your friend but yes, maybe this hub will make him feel a little better about it. I definitely understand his frustration. Tell him to hang in there and thank you for stopping by :0)

how-to-make from India on January 29, 2012:

This is really a great hub. Last month, one of my friend kept on asking me about this when his adsense account was disabled but I couldn't answer him. I hope your hub and google adsense support answers would help him out.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on January 19, 2012:

punamdharkar- Thanks for reading about my story. Sorry you are having trouble with getting your account approved. I've been hearing of this quite a bit. Just keep trying. I'm sure it will get approved eventually. Best of luck to you!

punamdharkar from India on January 19, 2012:

That's great! Thought, i have yet to get my adsense account approved.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on January 06, 2012:

fxfrog- Congrats for getting your account approved! I'm glad you were able to read my hub so you can be aware of these things that happen. If you follow the rules, chances are you will be fine. Best of luck to you!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on January 06, 2012:

Kulsum Mehmood- I'm sorry you are having a hard time getting your account approved. I've heard of that happening to others as well. Unfortunately, I really can't tell you what to do as I am not really sure. You may want to go to the AdSense forums and ask there. I'm sure someone can guide you and tell you what may be the problem. Best of luck to you!

fxfrog from Malaysia on January 04, 2012:

Hi Jamie. Thanks for the information, I just recently got my adsense approved after been trying for 2 months due to unknown reason ( I'll take note on the above information and appreciate it.

Dr Kulsum Mehmood from Nagpur, India on January 02, 2012:

My application to AdSense has been disapproved and I do not know how to get it approved. Please guide me as to how I should go about it.

Aamir on October 20, 2011:

This is my first comment to any website.

My Adsense account was disable.But after 20 days google reinstated it,without any appeal to google adsense:-)

ifunwap from KUNDAPURA on October 06, 2011:

Hi my adsense a/c has been disabled for no reason..!

What to do nw,

plz help me to full fill the app form!

Jemmmie..! Plz help,

can u send me form and u write in it,what you writed in that form, my e-mail

plz help me

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on September 27, 2011:


I answered your comment on the other hub(Adsense Account Disabled and Reinstated) and explained everything that I did after my account was disabled. Please go there and have a look in the comments section. I hope everything works out for you. Let me know what happens.

Fezziiali from Karachi on September 27, 2011:

Hello Jamie, I read all your hubs about ad sense account reinstating experience. I am glad that you get your account back. Hope it gets better in the future.

I need your help Jamie, my ad sense account has been deleted for no reason, and the state that my account posed significant risk to their adwords advertisers. I have no idea what kind of reason is that? Why they disabled my account only because of an idea that I could be a risk for them? It is unfair.

As you have gotten your ad sense account back, please tell me something about writing a good appeal that could be noticed? Because I have learned that the chances of getting reinstated are very less.

Please contact me somehow, your help will be highly appreciated. I feel terrible about this, I work for another ad sense revenue sharing website as well named and I am .

Thank you.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on September 15, 2011:

cblack and cheerfulnuts: Geez.. that's right. I wasn't thinking when I said that.. You do have to have AdSense to do HP ad program. I feel silly. In fact I just wrote a hub on that.

cheerfulnuts from Manila, Philippines on September 14, 2011:

@cblack and @jamie: After my Google Adsense account has been banned, I can no longer use the HP Ad Program, which means that I am no longer earning on HubPages.:( HP Ad Program requires an account in Google Adsense.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on September 14, 2011:

cblack, exactly!! I've been doing good so far with the HP ad program. Thanks so much for reading my hub. I wish you the best of luck!

cblack from a beach somewhere on September 13, 2011:

I am scared of the same thing. What if I write 500 hubs and the Adsense drops me? At least we have the Hubpages ad program now as a backup!

cheerfulnuts from Manila, Philippines on September 12, 2011:

Thanks Jamie. I will keep you posted.:)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on September 12, 2011:

cheerfulnuts: I'm so sorry to hear that it has happened to you, too. It's hard not to feel cheated when you know that you've done nothing wrong. I feel like there is hope for you though. I strongly feel if you haven't done anything wrong that you have a chance of getting your account back for sure. I still can't believe I got my account back..but am so grateful. You are doing the right thing with gathering up documentation and proof. I've heard of others getting their account back after doing that too. I wish you the best of luck! Please come back and let me know how you are doing after some time. Take Care :)

cheerfulnuts from Manila, Philippines on September 11, 2011:

It's good to hear that someone innocent has been reinstated. I don't think you're being oversensitive. It's truly upsetting, especially after all your time and effort. I got banned a couple of days ago even if I haven't clicked my ads nor had asked anyone to do so. I felt cheated too. For now, I'm trying to collect as much data as I can to prove my innocence. I haven't appealed yet. I'm so worried that they would ban me forever.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 24, 2011:

@wrath: Yes, I was surprised to hear how much it happens after I wrote this. Thanks so much for reading and commenting! Good luck to you :)

Terry Chestnutt from Cleveland, Ohio on August 21, 2011:

That happens to a lot of people. I hear about it often. Usually they are not reinstated. I am glad you were.

ronjersan on August 12, 2011:

you guys here don't trust adsense turn your interest to kick out in your head about adsense they are scam and not legitimate there decision is of disable account is so inaccurate and maybe they like to experimenting people time will come google is useless mark my world may or maybe a lot of hackers now trying to destroy the entire system of google or hack it.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 12, 2011:

@ronjersan: Thanks for sharing info about I am going to check it out.

@Rebecca: Thanks for reading my story. I do have Google Analytics but I'm slowly learning how to use it. It is so complicated but I agree that its a great tool to have. Thanks for stopping by and for the great advice.

Rebecca E. from Canada on August 12, 2011:

Jamie-- it's a hard thing to have happened but as I've said I am glad to read you've been re-instated. Clcik fraud is a huge issue, and I've done a "I think there there is an invalid click" many time although Google says you don't need to I think it's worth it.

If you are very proactive in check analytics ( it takes a while to wrap yoru head aorund it) this is valuabel since you can go out of your way to show info to Google.

I know it's very boring to look at numbers, but I think, and beleive that if you are able to send information to them, even with one of their "not needed" forms you'll be safer this way as well.

ronjersan on August 12, 2011:

I didn't open my hubpage account since adsense terminate my account without knowing any reason they're just experimenting people if they have a software to detect fraud clicking there software is not accurate maybe they no intention to pay some some adsense user they are partially scam no i turned to sign up and it is pretty cool working and they paid on time. adsense in next few years maybe theres no sense at all.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 11, 2011:

@ronjerson- Don't know if you are following comments here but just wanted to let you know how sorry I am you are having so much trouble with AdSense. I know how frustrated you must be. I wish you the best of luck.

@Michelle- Thanks for stopping by!

Michelle on August 05, 2011:

Adsense has their own little world happening over there. I just avoid them altogether.

ronjersan on August 04, 2011:

huhuhu they reply again to my second appeal they said that base on the analysis of their analyst that is invalid click and they are not able to re-instate again and i reply again that I swear to GOD I am totally innocent this is my 3rd appeal reply.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on August 03, 2011:

@ronjersan: I'm sorry to hear that happened to you...same thing happened to me.. but they did eventually reinstate my account a few months later and I think it must have been because they figured out I was truly innocent and done nothing wrong. Hopefully the same thing will happen to you..Keep an eye on your email. God bless and good luck to you :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on June 21, 2011:

Valory Elizabeth, Thanks so much for reading and for the comment. I agree with you 100%! There should be some system in place to monitor this stuff besides Google.. a system that can make sure Google isn't ripping off people. There's no telling how much money they make off people... yet we can't question when we have been wronged by Google.. Yeah, they reinstated my account but I've made hardly a penny since.. I was up to 10.00 sometimes 15.00 per month before they closed my account back in Feb. I don't know if I'll ever reach the 100.00 pay out.. guess we will see.

Thank you for commenting and I wish you the best of luck!

Sara Valor from Southern, USA on June 18, 2011:

I cannot help but to think that there should be some reputable company that monitors Google and some of the other website owners to make sure they are not trying to pull a fast one on writers like this.

Sure, there must be some type of problem with dishonest people doing these underhanded things to try to cheat the system, but not everyone is a greedy no good who is only out to lie and steal from big companies or website owners who are actually running a scam.

I think to many honest people are being accused of things that they would never ever think of doing, and it just seems to be fine for the big boys to lie, cheat and steal from us.

I think there should be some type of company that monitors these bigwigs to make sure they are actually being honest too.

I mean for goodness sake, we know what we do all day and if Not clicking ads is one of them, we know it. These bigwigs might have the money and make up rules, but they are no better than the regular everyday person.

Either you are honest or you are not. Big companies and some website owners need someone watching over them to keep them from cheating us.

Someone should create such a site to make sure that everything is on the up and up, there's too much garbage going on when things like this happen, I think...

Writer David from Mobile, AL on June 15, 2011:

Well, Jamie, I told you a few months ago that I was starting to make money on Adsense. I got two payments and got banned this week. I was denied on appeal. Adsense is a scam. I will make it my mission in life to make sure people I encounter on the internet understand this. If you get a check, they make you a target. Eventually, everyone will see Google Adsense is getting free advertising by having their ads placed on so many different blogs and sites. The only one really making money is Google. I wish I would have understood that a few months ago. You can click on my username and find that I made a hub about my being banned by Adsense for "invalid click activity." I simply have no idea how that could happen unless someone kept clicking on my ads as a means to get me banned.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on June 12, 2011:

powerofknowledge1, Thank you for reading!

powerofknowledge1 on June 12, 2011:

Great info! Thanks for sharing

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on May 19, 2011:

Thank you Fluffy.. I really appreciate it!

Fluffy77 from Enterprise, OR on May 18, 2011:

You give me hope and inspiration that mine will go this very same way. Thank you so very much, for sharing this here with us. This is a useful,helpful, and informative hub.

Sun-Girl from Nigeria on May 06, 2011:

Fascinating update you actually shared in here which is ell shared.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 26, 2011:

ugagirl66, I am sorry to hear that. This is the first time I have heard of them just declining an account and not giving any kind of reason. I wonder if they have stopped new accounts? Geez.. I think the best thing for you to do is to go to the AdSense help forum here on HubPages and let some of the more seasoned writers answer that.. I am still pretty new to AdSense and really don't know much about it except for what happened to me. Good luck to you :)

Regina Harrison-Barton from South Carolina on April 26, 2011:

Wow. But, you are not alone. They did not deny my account for content, they just out right denied it and said that I was declined an account. No reason. Just a "Nope". Where do you go to try and get this kind of problem fixed? I sure would like to know why I was declined.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 25, 2011:

Grrr 3, So sorry! They really should improve their system or something.. it's not right.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 25, 2011:

mymissinglink: Yes, true.. My obsession with writing is pretty much gone (for money anyway) but I'll keep writing about things I am interested in here on HubPages and I'm still signed up with the HP program- which is actually turning out to be not so shabby. In fact, I've made NOTHING with AdSense since the acct was reinstated. I've met a lot of really nice people here.. It think that is turning out to be the best part of writing here on HubPages:) Good luck to you!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 25, 2011:

Golf Predictor Guru, So sorry it happened to you, too. Even being innocent, I'm still surprised they reinstated the account because I keep hearing of others who were innocent as well that never got their account back. For whatever reason, they figured out I was not at fault or maybe it was the hub I wrote shortly after explaining what they had done to me (doubtful but who knows)!

Golf Predictor Guru on April 25, 2011:

Well done on getting reinstated - however did you manage it?!! The same thing happened to me a while back. They don't even have the decency to supply you with a person to talk to or any comeback whatsoever, bar a next to useless web form. I still don't know what I'm supposed to have done!

shanmao1356 from china on April 25, 2011:

This things i experienced ; good luck.

Grrr 3 on April 25, 2011:

I have the same problem but never got reinstated. They just suspended my account for no reason whatsoever. I am still very angry coz they ignore my pleas.

mymissinglink from Reno, Nevada on April 24, 2011:


Does anyone really "get" Google? It was a blessing in disguise for me because now I get to focus on the things that are more important to me.


ghusae on April 24, 2011:

jamie you are actually very lucky b/c they dont do it very regularly.

Chandrani Sen from New Jersey, USA on April 24, 2011:

It is really Good. Example has been created. Google is strict about it's policy and they need to be to stay in the competitive market but generally considering and returning an account after disabling it will really encourage others.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 24, 2011:

htodd and thefundu, Thanks for stopping by!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 24, 2011:

mymissinglink, WOW! That's ridiculous! So sorry you are having trouble like that. I do not get Google at all :0/

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 24, 2011:

MikeNV, Thanks for reading and for the nice comment. I do keep hearing how rare it is to get an account back once it's been disabled. I can only hope Google is trying to get a better system in place so that innocent people will stop having their accounts closed. Good luck to you, thank you again for reading!

htodd from United States on April 24, 2011:

Congrats ,They given your Account

thefundu from India on April 23, 2011:

Mistakes happen by anyone, though Google starts from G but is not God....Humans are responsible for it!!!

mymissinglink from Reno, Nevada on April 23, 2011:

Wow that's amazing! I got my Adwords account suspended for a website that I don't even own, promote or go to. I tried multiple times to convince Google that it wasn't my site. They just didn't care. After sending about 10 emails they finally came back and said they didn't like the way I was doing business on my site. So good for you maybe there really is some decent people who work at Google.

MikeNV from Henderson, NV on April 23, 2011:

It's nice to see one good story about Adsense in this context. There have been so many people who have been "Dolphin in the Tuna Net" and Adsense almost NEVER reinstates an account. In fact they have almost ZERO support staff for Adsense now and have shifted them all over to Adwords so they can SELL and make more money. So if you trip something up in the Software and get banned your chances of reinstatement are very very slim... even if you did nothing wrong. So Congratulations!

Angelina on April 23, 2011:

Adsense people are very nice, even one of my friend is working with and receiving good earnings..........

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 23, 2011:

Thanks to all who recently commented!

Sam1970 from NY - Londisland on April 22, 2011:

Glad they got you back, no body knows what google does and why. Hope to read more from you.

mbynoe on April 22, 2011:

Hey guys, does anyone out there know of any good online money-making programs that they could suggest?

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 22, 2011:

herbalshealth, Thank you for the nice comment. I read your hub and to me it's a really good informative hub. I'm probably the wrong person to ask though about what could be wrong because I'm still a newby with AdSense.. and still learning myself. My advice would be to post it in the HubPage AdSense forums and let some more seasoned AdSense writers lend their expertise. Wish I could be more help.. Good luck to you :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 22, 2011:

margaretamcgee, Thank you for reading.. I agree with you.. definitely hope this isn't happening to other people who are innocent. I am still not sure if this is a common problem among people who are participating with AdSense but hoping this sort of thing is uncommon and lots of people aren't losing accounts over something they didn't do. Best of luck to you!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 22, 2011:

Brinafr3sh, Thank you so much for reading and for the nice comment! Happy you will be reading my hubs.. will read yours, too. Take Care!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 22, 2011:

Tamila Roberts, Thank you for reading! I really do appreciate it.

herbalshealth on April 22, 2011:

Thanks for sharing experience. My google adsense account was disabled due to under construction please visit my hub and advise me what was the wrong?

margaretamcgee on April 21, 2011:

Wow- that's such a terrible experience. Thanks for the share! Hopefully no one else ends up in that boat...

Brinafr3sh from West Coast, United States on April 21, 2011:

I hope everything goes better for you and your account. I will be visiting your hubs. peace

Tamila Roberts from Canada on April 21, 2011:

That's unfortunate, I'm glad for you that everything is better now!

michalk on April 21, 2011:

Glad they let you back -

great blog


Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 21, 2011:

AutoClaimsManager, thanks for reading. I'm sorry you are having trouble signing up with AdSense... I've been hearing this a lot lately! I hope everything works out for you. Just don't give up and keep trying.

AutoClaimsManager from The Sunshine State on April 21, 2011:

I havent even been able to activate an adsense account. what ever I am doing keeps taking me in circles. Glad they have you back.

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 20, 2011:

GlstngRosePetals, I completely understand your frustration! It's really discouraging when you work so hard on this stuff and you don't seem to be getting anywhere. Just hang in there though.. maybe you are just having a little dip right now in earnings and they will be back up soon. Just don't give up.. that's what I keep telling myself, anyway! Take Care :)

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 20, 2011:

Jason Bassey, thank you for reading and commenting! Good luck to you!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 20, 2011:

friends647, Thank you for reading! What I did was signed up through HubPages for AdSense and also Analytics..I think by clicking on My Account and then Earnings... It should walk you through from there (If I am remembering correctly) It was a pretty easy process. If you need more help you can ask questions in the forum. I don't know a whole lot about it but I wish you the best of luck!!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 20, 2011:

andromida..Yes, I think it must be improving, yet slow. Thanks for reading!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 20, 2011:

SaraMarieJames: Thank you for reading! Good luck to you:)

John Sarkis: Don't feel bad.. I'm very intimidated by AdSense.. I wish I could be of more help but I'm still learning myself. My advise would be for you to read over the Terms of Service really well and then just do the very best you can to adhere to the Terms of Service and then write about what you love.. or about things that spark your interest. Take Care and Good Luck :)

Wholesale Toys.. Thanks for reading!

Jamie Brock (author) from Texas on April 20, 2011:

SaraMarieJames: Thank you for reading! Good luck to you:)

John Sarkis: Don't feel bad.. I'm very intimidated by AdSense.. I wish I could be of more help but I'm still learning myself. My advise would be for you to read over the Terms of Service really well and then just do the very best you can to adhere to the Terms of Service and then write about what you love.. or about things that spark your interest. Take Care and Good Luck :)

Jason Bassey on April 20, 2011:

Good luck to you, thank God they determined your innocense not everyone gets lucky...happy blogging

friends647 on April 20, 2011:

hi, thanks for sharing. i have a problem. I wanted to know more about this stuff adn how to go about it. I have written 2 hubs only. Basically understood how to write a hub, now I am stuck with the later half of signing with adsense and google analytics. Can you help to start me earning.

syras mamun on April 20, 2011:

congratulations.I think adsense click monitoring programs is improving slowly :)

wholesaletoys from El Monte, California on April 19, 2011:

Thanks for sharing

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