I have configured the account by providing FEIN and Paypal address, but I am still being told that the HubPages Earning Program is "NOT ACTIVE". What do I still need to do to activate?
Hi Jimjih, welcome to HubPages! I think you need to have an Adsense account to be a part of the HubPages Earning Program.
Have you already signed up for AdSense? An AdSense ID is required to participate in the HubPages Ad Program.
Thanks to the one who replied. I have now signed up for AdSense. Will wait and see what happens. I am still new at this, but learning fast.
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