I'm wanting to monetize my website/blog with my Adsense account. I'm using wordpress and using a theme I bought; on the page to place the ads, it's saying to paste my Adsense code: Is this code my publisher ID or something else?
Are you using wordpress.com or wordpress.org?
I figured it out, folks. You have to create an ad unit in your Adsense account and get the code and plug it into the site in the right place. Learned something new. By the way, good videos on YouTube on how to do all that.
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