I'm new at this so this might be an obvious question...but when I publish a new hub page, do I need to do anything on my adsense account? When I published my first page, the affiliate settings page seemed like it was set up. I've had a lot of views on my latest page, but no changes on my affiliate accounts....I have a few blogs as well so I am not sure where the page impressions are coming from.
Thank you in advance for your help!
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