Hi. I am new to hubpages and have a fairly basic question regarding google adsense.
Several months ago I was hired to do a blog for a website. I set up a google adsense account account so that I can get paid through this blog which I have.
Now that I am on hubpages, should I use the same google adsense account for hubpages as I do for my blog job? My understanding is that you should only have one adsense account per person. Is this correct?
I know this is such a basic question but I couldn't find it explained anywhere. Thanks for your help in advance.
In general you can only have one adsense account per individual. Once you have been accepted into the program you can put your code on any website that meets Google's guidelines.
I would encourage you to become familiar with Google's rules because if you get banned by them, you are banned for life.
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