I found information in the FAQ about how to create an adsense account, but not how to put the codes in. I was going to use the 'code widget', but it said not. I can't figure out what other widget you would use. Please help. Thanks.
You don't, you just add your adsense account number to the appropriate spot in your account. The ads are added automatically.
You just add the number here https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/affiliate/
So is it just the affiliate code that is written there. If it says active, does that mean I don't have to do anything more?
My Google Adsense has now been approved and is shown as active, but the ads are not coming up on any of my hubs. I'm getting the standard google ads, but not adsense. As far as I know my hubs fit the terms and conditions, so I'm a bit confused.
Adsense is the name used by Google for their ad program. If you see Google ads on your hubs then you are all set...........
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