Hi, I just wanted to know whether I need to create a new set up for google adwords each time i create a new hub page, or does it happen automatically as i have 1 hub page with google adsense.
All you have to do is enter your adsense ID under the earnings tab in "My Account." Once you do that, all of your hubs will automatically include adsense advertising (60% of the time with your ID, 40% of the time with Hubpages ID).
Strange... I'll go and take a look at both of your hubs to see if they show up for an "outside user" (i.e. not logged in).
AHA! I figured it out. Your second hub has to do with the s-e-x word, and Google won't place ads on any article containing anything remotely close to that word.
There might be an appeal process for that: perhaps a more experienced hubber will chime in (an article on female sexuality). You might have to change the text of your article to get a Google ad to appear, though.
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