I want to remove my google adsense code for a while is there a way of doing it. I have tried but will let us activate but not delete. Any ideas
Go to the HP Earnings Page, click on the AdSense Reports and sign in. Go to the upper right of AdSense page and click on 'Help' and then type, or copy/paste, this question: How do I remove my AdSense code?
It will tell you how to remove the code and place it back when you wish.
You are welcome, let me know if it does not work.
I tried that but it referred to a blog. I had deleted all my sites from there but was still earning. I wanted to donate to charity but hubs evidently do not have that. So decided to stop and close my account all together as cannot be bothered going back and forth to centrelink all the time. Thanks for your help much appreciated.
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