I am really depressed about Google Adsense as I have applied it from one of my established sites but adsense rejected my application. Now I have chosen Hubpage and I am confident that this time adsense will accept my account.
I am worried about one thing and I need to know the answer. If I got an adsense account through Hubpages, Can I use that adsense account into my website? Will it be OK?
As @Wrylit pointed out, new AdSense accounts (setup after Nov 5, 2012) will need to upgrade their account. Accounts created before this date do allow you to use it on other sites.
you can find further details here.
If you get a ca-pub id, you can only use it on revenue sharing sites. However once you get that, you can upgrade to a full account that you can use with your website.
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