Few days ago I join hubpage and now I saw that google adsense approved my hubs.
I add my Affiliate Code there. But I want to know how I can place my ads on my hubs.
Please help me. I am waiting for your reply. Thanks in advance.
If you look at your hubs you will notice that Google places the ads for you based (usually) on your content. You don't have to do anything.
Your hubs are on the short side. If you write more content, they will have room to place more ads on each hub.
Good luck and welcome to HubPages.
Thanks a lot for your reply dear. Next time I will write more. Thanks.
What Rochelle said. And don't just write more "next time" - go back and revise your existing Hubs. They should be at least 400 words long, and preferably much longer.
And there's no need to comment on your own Hubs.
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