I'm new to HubPages. I created a hub and then went to add my (already existing) adsense ID to my account, but the field wouldn't let me click into it. I clicked on the "sign up" button next to Adsense, but that only gave me the option of "no thanks, I'll sign up later". Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
It'd take a bit to write it out all on here, but there's a lot of great hubs that will lead you step by step on how to do it.
Wordplay wrote a great hub on what you're asking. Look about 1/3 down the page and you see his section on adsense.
Also, just use the search box above and it'll pull up a ton of answers for ya..
Good luck - and welcome to HubPages!
Scroll towards the bottom and it shows you how to enter the code on your affiliates page. Hope that helps. Welcome!
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