I created my Adsense Account through Hubpages and I got approved for it.
Now I have also created one blog in Blogger.
So can I connect my blogger account to my existing Adsense Account?
Note: When I tried it by adjusting the setting in Adsense, it says that blogger is the partner of your host website so you cannot apply for that blog.
What shall I do to link my blog to Adsense Account?
So this is a blogspot/blogger account?
Go to settings/earning, where it asked "sign in' or 'open new account' go for 'sign in'. Use the sign in for your current adsense account.
If you don't know what this is, go to adsense with your email and pub-number and request a password.
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