I have an approved AdSense account, but it's hosted because I got it approved through Blogger. Now I signed up for AdSense program here on HubPages, and it's status says active, but when I go to my AdSense account it still says hosted. Will AdSense approve this in the next few days or did I do something wrong?
Ca-Pub limited IDs apply to any revenue sharing API site. For instance, Blogger and Hubpages.
To get a hosted account, you need to use your own websites.
I get it now, thank you very much. So I should see both AdSense ads and ads from HubPages ad program on my hubs, right? And how do I know which ads are from my AdSense and which from HubPages ad program?
This helps me know when I luckily get approved in adsense here for I will be linking it to my blogger tooo.
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