Hi. I am obviously new to Hubs, so first let me say to everyone, "Hello and thanks in advance for the help". My problem is that I have already signed up for AdSense and have been approved, and I have an ID, but when I go to put it in on my Affiliates page, it won't let me. I know there should be a "modify" button to the left of the words Google AdSense, but my page still shows the "sign up" button instead. What do I do to get that to change? I haven't signed up for the others yet, but they already show an "edit" button.
Click on the "sign up" button, and you will be prompted to say whether you already have an account. Then you will be granting HubPages access, and the affiliate status will become active.
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