Had no problem inserting source code for adsense through google, but now can not figure out where to paste the second code at on my profile. Anyone?
You don't past any HTML in your profile.
You dont need any code, just go to 'Affiliate settings' and insert your publisher ID, hubpages does the rest for you.
Everything is automatic in hubpages. Adsense codes are required only when you have access to html of a site.
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