Is it required to place ad code for approval adsense account?
It is required to get a well understanding for approval of google adsense
It is required if you applied with you own website/blog. Adsense generally approve your account at 1st step and ask you to place ad codes on your website for second step of approval/verification.
But if you applied with HubPages, you don't need tp place ad codes here, Hubpages will automatically place ads on your hubs.
No, Hubpages automatically does it for you after you have been accepted through Hubpages.
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