Just logged into my Adsense account a few minutes ago and saw a notice saying my ads have been showing very often on unauthorised sites over the past few days. Just pointing out that everyone of you needs to add the new niche sites in the list of approved sites on your Adsense account.
That is useful to know, thank you, should any of my hubs be transferred to the new niche sites:)
Thanks. Was wondering if we'd need to do that.
Eek! Totally forgot about that. Maybe HubPages needs to send out a reminder.
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