I visited my adsense accout and found that there are two steps. The second step perplexes me as it states, "Step 2. You place the ad code on your site and we complete our review." How would I be able to add said code?
Whenever you're faced with something like this, it's always a good idea to consult HubPages' instructions first.
When you see instructions on places like Adsense, Amazon, Webmaster Tools etc, they are always written on the assumption you have your own website or blog, where you can access the code. You can't do that here, so HubPages has special workarounds and you need to follow their instructions.
Good to hear you have your own Adsense account, you're good to go! Do remember to sign up for the Earnings Program.
thank you. i'll look again. i didn't see it the first time i read through.
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