New to Hubpages, how long does it take for Adsense to show up on a new hubs? I already have all of it set up in the backoffice.
If you alread have an Adsense account then your share of impressions should start immediately....
Assuming that you already have an existing adsense account, and that Google wont't be obstructive about you newly using it on HP; your ads should show up when your hub is featured, which should be anywhere from 12 to 24 hours.
Make sure you have entered your Adsense code within your Hubpages account under the earnings section or you won't earn a bean. Once you have added the code to your account here your earnable Ads will be immediate, but seriously consider not going just with Adsense and try the HP Ad program instead, (although you will still earn a reduced amount from Adsense this way, your overall earnings are likely to be far higher than if you relied on Adsense alone).
Thank you all for responding. It shows that Adsense is active and it shoes the adsense code in there as well, maybe I just need to wait the 48 hours.
by Daniel Mollat 10 months ago
Being new I'm not sure I totally understand the way to generate income here in HP. Am I to understand that one must have an Adsense account to earn income? I've applied for an Adsense account some time ago but have not heard anything from them. Does this mean no matter how good my hubs are and how...
by Abbyfitz 5 years ago
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by Daniel Mollat 8 months ago
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by Michele Kelsey 2 weeks ago
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by geekMachine 4 years ago
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by genebob 4 years ago
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