In attempting to sign up for AdSense for Search, the following is stated:
"Keep in mind that participation in AdSense requires you to have a website. If you don't have one, you can sign up for a free blog at www.blogger.com or create and publish useful, attractive webpages using Google Page Creator, at pages.google.com."
I'm confused. I've created 15 hubs as of today, but I'm not clear on whether I have a website. Am I correct in believing that each of my hubs is a separate website that's represented by the URL?
Also, what's the difference between a website and a blog page. If I can write on a hub, why would I need a separate blog site? Also, what is Google Page Creator?
Sorry to be so uninformed, but I would appreciate any help on this issue.
You can not implement "adsense for search" at HubPages. You can start a free blogger blog to put adsense for search and adsense for referrals on your free blog. Here is a guide on how to Start Blogging with Blogger http://hubpages.com/hub/Blogging-101
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