i am trying ad my adsense add to my hub but it won't attatch....
has anyone else had this problem at all?
and if so how did u fix it please?
You don't add AdSense ads to your hub - that's one of the great things about HubPages, they do it for you. All you have to do is apply with Google and get an affiliate code (if approved), then enter it under My Account, Affiliate Settings.
If you want to target specific types of ads, of course, just ensure your content and your tags are approprate - hubpages then selects the right ads for your hub. I loooove Hubpages!
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