Hello!i have recently complete the hours and the viewers need to monetize my channelIam accepted in youtube partner program,my adsense acount is active and my channel is been checked by youtube.My problem is that im getting a message from adsense saying (site is down or unavailable)i was wondering is there anything i can do to fix it,or is it better to delete my adsense account and start new one?Thank you!
First of all, you’ve made several mistakes.
The first, is that Google Ads is a totally different service from Google AdSense. Google Ads has nothing to do with monetizing your channel; it’s for promoting your channel by purchasing Ad Campaigns.
Next issue is that HTML code placement is for a standard website, which a YouTube channel is not. YouTube channels don’t accept any form of raw code.
Third issue is that you cannot feed a redirected URL into AdSense. Not only will it not be accepted, but if it was accepted, there would be no way for your ad revenue to be collected as it’s not your actual channel URL. So you need to replace that dot-com with your actual YouTube channel’s URL.
It’s your channel name, but it’s not your channel’s actual address (URL). So why are you trying to connect a URL that isn’t your actual YouTube channel to AdSense? Your channel’s actual URL is below.
It’s about bedtime here; so I’ll see your answer in the morning.First answer my question. What does that URL have to do with your YouTube channel? When you answer this, I’ll know what to tell you next.
That is a website URL you’ve tried to connect, not a YouTube channel URL.Do not delete your AdSense. Show me a screen shot of the URL below.https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC/monetizationHi Yiannis, it looks like your AdSense account is active and monetization in YouTube is set up fine. If your videos are showing ads, there isn’t any problem.
From what you describe you inadvertently submitted a website (that doesn’t exist) for AdSense for Content. Not surprisingly AdSense cannot review that site.
However, since you aren’t planning to show ads on the non-existent site, you don’t need to do anything.
YouTube channels do not count as “sites” for AdSense. YouTube confirms your content is OK to monetize, not AdSense.
If you do eventually create a separate website that complies with the AdSense Program policies, you should be able to submit that Site for review.
But for now, it should be OK as it is.
You can just ignore that message.
Does that make sense?