Hey guys, I've been a bit puzzled recently about whether I'm actually generating adsense revenue from a few websites.. I know some websites such as sayitall, hubpages and blogger have been granted access to my adsense account because I can see them in 'account access'.. but others such as xomba, shetoldme, yousaytoo and snipsly..do they need to be granted access? I'm having a little bit of trouble seeing the adsense account code section within my snipsly account, can anybody direct me to it?
These sites makes use of revenue sharing plugin for swapping adsense ID on their sites. You don't need to get google's approval for those type of sites. Triond, xomba on the other hand requires google's access just like the way hubpages asks. I never found any google approval for yousaytoo. Snipsly is wordpress site so no need to get google approval for revenue sharing.
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