How To Transfer Adsense account to another Email

Nishant Srivastava

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18 Responses

  1. I didn’t know that you can change the account email, thanks!

  2. Nizam Khan says:

    Awesome and amazing guide on transferring adsense account, this is very helpful. Well, using a different email and letting the website/blog to be somewhat old is better for approval. Thanks for sharing :)

  3. Hi, Nishant,
    See,I have an question,My domain age is 4 moth 20 days should i apply for google adsense.I have just got approval by yahoo ads.

    • Hi Sandeep,
      Yes you can apply even after 2 months all you need to fulfil the guidelines of Adsense, some people spreading rumors that you need at least 6 months old domain which is a fake news.
      You can apply anytime and you will get approval for sure if you are on the correct path.!

      • Ravi budhwar says:

        Nsihant bro. it is not a fake news as one of the spoken man from google told this that for the Indians their website should be 6 Months old after the click fraud scam.But don’t know the exact policy as me too got the approval in 4 Months and according to me if you have quality content than apply for the adsense account because only your content matters for the adsense approval rather than other things.

      • Hi Nishant,
        I learnt bloggers from China really ought to wait for six months before approval. That’s even the main reason why I’ve even compiled a long list of adsense alternative to those who are vulnerable.

        I got my adsense account when my blog was less than a week old.

  4. Ravi budhwar says:

    Good to see adsense this new feature and also Nishant as far from my experience if your adsense account is rejected from a Mail id than better would be to apply next time with a new fresh id because they will never approve adsense account from the same id which they had already rejected.Me too got my approval in 4 Months for mine website.

  5. Mahesh says:

    It’s nice to know we can change our email addresses. Hopefully by this they don’t track our email addresses and disapprove our approved accounts

  6. Adam says:

    I think this is a new addition to their Adsense dashboard. Very useful tips..

  7. eric says:

    hi when i change my old adsense email with a new one does the payee name change too? i put a wrong payee name in my current adsense and tried to apply again for a new one but it keeps on saying that i already have a adsense. i tried to delete it but i need to withdraw my small amount of dollars first, before they let me delete my adsense account. i requested for my pin for almost 1 month now but nothings coming.

  8. NP says:

    Mmmm Nishant, having some issues.

    I gave access to the “primary” account I”m using for Blogger, accepted the invitation, etc.

    Made it an administrator but when logging in with the primary and checking the adsense account – I just have the original application and can’t get to the dashboard. :(

    • You can give access to the AdSense account, no matter you are using Blogger or WordPress, blogger has option of AdSense but if you want to give access to someone else then you can only give by using the above method..

  9. Sugam Kumar says:

    Hello Nishant,, I was looking for the article and found on your blog. A well explained article. It will help me for sure. Thanks to share the information..

  10. I successfully changed the email id. Now can I delete the older email? I mean is it safe?

  11. ajay Raiger says:

    Such a Great Article about how to Change Adsense Email Address

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