I'm a bit new here on hubpage adsense account setting up. Should it be set up via HP earning settings or save the HP url in adsense account (access and authorization)? Thanks
You apply to adsense for adsense. Put publisher code they give you into the box for Adsense by hitting configure button. All of this is in the Hub pages Learning Center. http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/signup-AdSense
But I find no option for putting adsense code while hitting on adsense set up in affiliate setting page rather it derives me to adsense account page to sign in adsense account and accept association. is that?
EARNINGS THEN SCROLL DOWN TO HubPages Earnings Program Settings-GOOGLE ADSENSE-CLICK ON CONFIGURE AND ENTER PUBISHER CODE
Unfortunately you do have to read and follow instructions which begins with do you already have an adsense account. Yes or no, very easy to select one.
Then follow instructions
Yes, I read and hit yes then next and derives me to adsense account page to sign in - tell us about your content - accept association, that's it
You have not been approved for Adsense apparently. If you are, they give you a publisher ID that starts with 2 letters followed by a string of numbers. No HP earnings program if you don't have Adsense.
No, I already have adsense account approved via my blog site with another mail and HP is with different mail. I just want to associate that account with HP. Is it ok? So, am I going in right way?
3. I need to add more sites to my existing account
You can use your existing account to do so. Please see our entry on adding more sites. https://support.google.com/adsense/answ … 2&rd=1
before adding url to allowed site list in authorized sites list of Google adsense account, shouldn't I set up adsense account first via HP earning program setting to become legible to earn money on HP?
Or, it's enough to include HP url in my adsense account's authorized sites list?
You need to read and follow instructions. you have been provided every link there is to tell you what to do.
This is right out of the HP learning center. Read, Read, ,Read.
I already have a Google AdSense Publisher ID
If you already have a Google AdSense Publisher ID, adding it to HubPages is easy.
While signed-in to HubPages, go to My Account > Earnings > Settings
Click the "get started" button next to Google AdSense
Check the "yes" radio button after the question: "Do you already have a Google AdSense Account?"
Click "Next". You will be asked to sign in to or select the Google Account that is associated with your existing Google AdSense account. Then you will be asked for your permission for HubPages to access your Google Adsense account information.
Great! it's really helpful info. Thanks for your effort to make me clear.
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