OK, here's another question that might seem stupid, "What's my HubPages affiliate code?"
How do I enter my "affiliate code" in the adsense textbox in my account? Where is the adsense textbox or how do I get to it? HELP!
Your affiliate code is the specific number/letter code you are assigned by your Ad service provider. Adsense in particular gives you one after you register with them.
I don't quite remember where it is, but if memory serves correct you should have one in an email from Google Adsense after you finish registering, and one in your Google adsense account under "account settings" or "account information". It is also known as your publisher ID.
by sassychic 9 years ago
How can you tell if a guy likes you or if he's flirting for fun or just being stupid?I mean If he asks for your number and then calls you three days later and says I'll call you tomorrow, then how are you supposed to react?I simply think the dude just is lazzy i dont know. . . .Any thoughts?
by MissJamieD 5 years ago
A hubber offered to help me with something but when I checked their page for an email address to ask them a question, I didn't see that offered..??? How does that work?Also, if I start a blog on similar content to some of the writings I have here at HP, can I just add the HP articles to my blog?
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
How do you feel about people who answer a question with another question?Do you think when people answer a question with another question this is part of a Socratic didactic form of learning, communicating, getting to the root of the issue? What response do you then have after their answer? Are you...
by Bake Like a Pro 5 years ago
Another question is how do you set up Google Ad sense?
by Thought-Provoking 5 years ago
Another question for ya'll, Do you believe that there is only one religion that is right?In other words, is Christianity the only one that is right, or any other religion from that same point of view
by xixi12 8 years ago
This is very simple I ask a question and the next person replying will answer with another question. ExampleWhat is going on?
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