I have read and tried to paste the code given me by the Adsense site, but I can't get it to do it correctly.
I have tried clicking on the HTML on the top left of the Text Box to add the code provided for the drop down box of ad links and it brings up a code editor. When I try to add it to the text box it says that I have to clean up the code. When I do that it deletes everything but what was on the text editor itself. I tried just adding the code without the HTML editor and that is exactly what you see--the code and not what is supposed to be there.
I am so confused and frustrated!
You don't need to add any HTML code in hubpages, you just need to paste your publisher id in your affiliate settings
This is what I am talking about. I alredy have an account.
AdSense unit: 728x15, created 1/22/09
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You may paste this code into any web page or website that complies with our program policies. For more help with implementing the AdSense code, please see our Code Implementation Guide.
Tip: Did you know that you can make changes to your ads without replacing the ad code on your site? Try Manage Ads.
You can not put your OWN generated adsense ADS in hubpages. Simply put, HUBPAGES decides on the ads from Adsense. Revenue generated is SHARED between you (Adsense ID) and HUBPAGES.
In your own WEBSITES or BLOGS you can insert the codes generated when you create an Ad in adsense!
as suggested by [gamergirl] read FAQ or help pages.
Revenue is not shared. The page views of the ad impressions are shared.
There is a difference.
If you were to have the page view of your ad impression displayed and a person clicks on it, you get 100% of the revenue of that click.
LG, did you see step two on the link I showed you? It covers what to do when you get your adsense publisher ID and how to put it in on Hubpages.
You can't do that, darlin'. Not on Hubpages.
Check out yieldbuild.com, I believe that's what Hubpages is monetized using, since the Hubpages logo uses the same font as the Yieldbuild logo.
(I say check out yieldbuild because it will give you an idea of how ads and stuff are situated on the site.)
HI, guys.. thanx for the 411.. I am new to hubpages.. plez'd to meet u. I invite u all to check out my article.
Thanx, ur friend, nikki1
Happy new year to all.. I can still do that, right.. that phrase isn't isn't getting old, I hope..
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