Hey guys! I'm happy to share that news with you, I've been accepted on the ad-sense program after 6 weeks of joining hub pages and with 16 featured hubs. Now my question is: They sent me an email saying that I need to create my first ad unit and place the ad code on my page to fully activate my account, could you tell me how to do that? Or can you give me a link of one of your hubs that explain the steps to follow?
You don't create any ads here, that's all handled.
But you will need to make sure you are all configured properly settings-wise. You want to see Active statuses.
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