I just published my first hub. I wanted to sign up for google adsense but I had to leave the page to add a profile photo. Now I can't find the page where i can sign up for adsense and the other thing. Can I still sign up for those things? How?
Also, I didn't realize my unpublished hubs that were unfinished were going to be scored. I want to erase them. Thanks, Ma
I think you just got very lucky! You don't want to apply to adsense until you have around 10 hubs. Otherwise, they will be mean to you.
The scoring means absolutely nothing. Don't delete your hubs for that reason.
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