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    Need help with reactivating my profile for Adsense

    Hi Team,

    An old member here. I was an active member in ISC 10 years ago and have written a handful of content here and participated in forum threads. That was during my college days and later I moved to a full-time profession in the IT industry.

    I had an approved AdSense account during that time and it was applied via ISC. I have not done anything later (in terms of adding content or anything like that). Lately, I found that my Adsense account is inactive, and I tried to activate it and got the below response from Google.

    "We couldn't find the code on your site. This is because the code is either missing or incomplete or because the URL of your site is incorrect. Learn more.

    Copy and paste this code in the HTML of your site, between the and tags."

    Can anyone help with this? Are there any steps to be followed for old members to activate their account? Appreciate your help. Thanks.
  • #748194

    Welcome back! There have been heaps of changes over the years, so you are requested to go through all the red-pinned threads at the top of the forum before you restart your contributions to ISC.

    Regarding your AdSense account, if you check via your Dashboard, your AdSense profile account here is indicating that you have met the minimum requirements of approval. Note, though, that some years ago, Tony Sir had instructed all of us to reassociate our AdSense account so please follow the instructions therein. In case you then see that the AdSense profile account page shows it is not approved, it will likely be due to the long absence, so it is suggested you start submitting quality content again, especially in the Articles section on topics that are related to the new niche on academics. The list of approved articles will then show on that AdSense profile account page at ISC. Hence I would advise you to fist start re-contributing and then do the re-association step.

    Let us know if you require further guidance.

    When you make a commitment, you create hope. When you keep a commitment you create trust! ~ John C. Maxwell

  • #748207
    Hi Vandana,

    Thanks and really appreciate your guidance. Very helpful!

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