How can i use my hubpage adsense publisher id in my own website . . To be precise will i be able to show ads in my website using hub adsense wit out getting approval from google for my site . . If yes means that how can i do it . . Pls help me . . . . !
Yes, you can use adsense at your website..
Just sign in to your adsense account, click on adsense setup, the adsense for content, then choose the ads you want to place on your site..
Once you have approval you can use your Publisher ID anywhere, provided you keep within the Adsense terms of service.
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