Go to your statistics page. Click on "affiliate section" in the top section.
Scroll down until you reach the location where you have to enter your "Publisher ID" code. It should say on the left side- "Sign Up" and click on that.
Then sign up to be a "Publisher" for adsense. Google will send you a confirmation email, to whatever email account you use to setup the account.
Confirm your account and then enter the Publisher ID Google gives you, by pressing edit on that same area.
That should do it. You also can enter other affiliate codes in this area, such as Amazon's affiliate code, if you plan on selling Amazon.
Your profile page URL.
I hope that helps.
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