I was told by the goole webmaster that my account had not been verified and that I needed to put a meta-tag into it. Can anyone tell me WHERE on my where that I put the met tags?
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The Google verification is an email you receive from Google Adsense once you have signed up as a publisher. You must have a Google Adsense publisher ID to use Google Adsense on Hubpages.
There is nothing to add to Hubpages, to incorporate Google Adsense and Hubpages, except for a publisher's ID, which goes into your affiliate section, under "my account".
Hope that helps.
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