|Youtube Monitization without adsense||RubberDucks||4/30/12 11:02 AM|
I got my Google AdSense disapproved for a website for insufficient content while I was building it. I no longer am seeking ads on the website, but now I want to do YouTube videos. I need to re-submit my application or do something so I can have adsense. Because once I have adsense I can move along with more Youtube productions. There's no point to sift my time and efforts on making YouTube videos if I cannot make money on them.
|Re: Youtube Monitization without adsense||PeggyK||4/30/12 12:34 PM|
Unfortunately if you originally applied for AdSense with a website, you'll have to get your application approved using a website URL.
In the mean time why not focus on building your audience on YouTube? You aren't likely to start earning any noticeable amount until you are getting thousands of views per day on your videos anyway.
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|Re: Youtube Monitization without adsense||RubberDucks||5/1/12 5:33 PM|
How do I get my adsense approved with a URL, if it has already been disapproved?
|Re: Youtube Monitization without adsense||PeggyK||5/2/12 11:11 AM|
If you have a website or blog that complies with AdSense for Content policies, you should be able to sign in at www.google.com/adsense and re-submit your application.
|Re: Youtube Monitization without adsense||RubberDucks||5/5/12 6:23 AM|
There is no way for me to re-submit on that link
|Re: Youtube Monitization without adsense||RubberDucks||5/5/12 6:38 AM|
Here is a screenshot of what I see.
About the email they sent me, it was a useless email that just lead me back to that page. My problem still remains that I got my adsense disapproved because of A (website), I moved on and want B (Youtube)
So I need to resubmit an application and there is no way to do that.
|Re: Youtube Monitization without adsense||PeggyK||5/5/12 8:49 AM|
Do you have a website or blog you could apply for AdSense with? If so, you should be able to apply with a different email/Google account. Once AdSense is approved you could then associate it with your YouTube account.