Hi friends,please i need some help with google adsense.i have an id already but in my google adsense homepage in the section of earnings, i have titles like
adsense for content .there are some figures here
adsense for search(get started)
adsense for mobile content(get started)
adsense for domains(get started)
adsense for feeds(get started)
i dont understand.am i suppose to register for all these branches.are they important?please help me out.
Adsense for content is the only one you can use on HubPages.
all you need in Hubpages is an Adsense account and having it on your affiliate list.
no need to worry to post adsense for content, search, feeds and the like...
Hubpages will automatically post google ads in your hubs.
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