Please help, How do I put in google Ads or Amazon Ads into my hubs?
Thanks a million.
1) You just have to Setup & enter Google Adsense code for putting Google ads
2) You have to put amazon associate id & also Amazon Capsules in your hubs to shown amazon ads.
Reading the following Hub will help you about how to Signup & setup Both Google adsense & Amazon
HubPages for Dummies A to Z - Part 1
Hope that helps
keep hubbing & Enjoy
Google accepts Hub's request for Google ads but this only affects the Adsense account on Hub pages and has no effect on Google ads appearing on my own sites, right?
If you are using two accounts for adsense one for hubpages and another for your other sites... as it appears from above...
I advise closing all accounts down as soon as possible except 1 main account... else u run risk of getting banned from adsense publisher network
IF thats not so.. there is no relation to ads shown on your hubs and ads shown on your sites... Google adsense take care of it..what to show where.
Hope that helps
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