This comment is in progression to my above response #662057
I believe that I found what the real issue is -
Actually, my blog had been associated with my ISC Hosted AdSense since much longer. Recently, when I accidentally removed my blog's address from the 'Sites' section of AdSense, I could not add it again. This had resulted in a new kind of trouble which is that my AdSense no longer knew about my blog while my blogger blog still was having my AdSense account associated with it.
To tackle this problem I was required to initiate the re-adding process from the blogger blog's 'Earning' section itself (and not from the 'Sites' section of AdSense account).
However, once a blogger blog has been associated with an AdSense account, there is no button or function provided by the blogger to completely remove this association from our blogs. All it allows is to show or not show ads.
Therefore, I had to find a workaround (jugaad) in order to make things work for me. There is no option to remove the AdSense association, so I clicked on 'Switch my AdSense publisher account' instead, where I chose my another email account and went up to the page where we have to fill a new form for new AdSense account, and then closed the tab. (I did not submit it, of course)
After performing these steps, my blog's association with my actual AdSense account was successfully removed. After this, I once again used the 'Switch AdSense account' option and logged in with my true AdSense.
Using the above process, I was able to add my blog's URL with in the 'Sites' section of AdSense account, again.
As of now, my blog's URL has been successfully added there and waiting to be reviewed by the AdSense team before providing it a 'Ready' status. I hope things work out smoothly for me afterwards.
Many thanks to Editor and Miss Former Editor of ISC for all the help provided.
(This thread can be closed now. Thank you.)
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