How do i setup adsense on my hubs? Im quite new, and i have no idea what to do with it.
Not sure what you mean exactly.
Anyway - start here: http://hubpages.com/help/googleadsense
If you mean how do you set it up on individual hubs, you don't need to. Once you've been accepted by adsense and followed the steps supllied by HubPages re 'what to do' you'll be good to go.
One thing - you may well get rejected if you haven't already got an established blog or site elsewhere. In that case, wait a bit, write and publish more hubs then try again after you've started to build up your hubs.
Hope that helped and welcome to HubPages.
Hey thanks, i appreciate it. I figured it all out, what i meant was i didnt know how to activate it. Thanks.
It seems that I am about the same problem.
please help with some information or link, my "problem" is:
I'm looking for a kind of button to insert Amazon products links in the hab, or what way do You do it?
I've already applyed for the Amazon associates ID
Thank's for help!
have you received an email form amazon associates approving your apps? if yes, go to MY ACCOUNT and click affiliate you can see amazon there and just follow through,
then when you make a hub there are capsules of amazon there,
open the amazon associate site and you can copy and paste the ID of the products you are going to sell to the amazon capsules in your hub,
I hope you can follow through, Just be patient ok?
When you are signed in, click on the tab that reads my account, From there, look up and find a tab that reads 'affillaite settings, click on it and you will find appropriate places to fix your IDs, but note that google will require you to click on the signup tab and this will lead you to a place where you can either sign up or sign in if you already have a google account
Yes, this is a good piece of advice. I just did that, and it worked. Patience and more patience will work wonders here at HubPages.
Great thanks to everybody!
To chinweike, Lita and prettydarkhorse for Yor help (it was a help!) and support. Have a nice day!
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