I cannot get my Hub acct to link to adsense so I can make money. The error keeps saying it is not the right email address or password. So I did go to Google and make sure I had the right account and password. I am still not able to link them so I can get paid for ads. Does anyone know what the problem could be? Thanks.
Is it possible that Google, Adsense and Adwords all require different passwords? Ever since I linked to Facebook to be able to sign in to other social networks, I have been having trouble with this. Any insights?
Google (Gmail), AdWords, and AdSense are three separate things. Each require a separate application. Sure, if you have a Gmail account, you can add the other services to that account, but it does not happen automatically. So unless you have applied for and been approved for AdSense, you will have to first apply.
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