Is it possible to attach the same Adsense account to more than one Hubpages account?
In other words myaccount_1 and myaccount_2 all pass clicks to the same Adsense (google) affiliate code?
If its possible how would you do it?
Thanks in advance,
Yes. When you create the new HubPages account, it will ask you for your for information about your existing Google Adsense account. Just supply the info and it will automatically be associated.
By the way don't you ever sleep lol. That reply was fast
All the best,
He doesn't sleep much, and when he does he dreams of HubPages.
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