When entering your Adsense Affiliate ID do you include the whole .i.e ca-pub--00000 lot or just the number?
The whole string, ie. ca-pub-123455 (and sometimes just pub-1203123). But you shouldn't have to enter the code at all if you just associate your existing adsense account using your email address and postal code / phone number.
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