I am new to this whole AdSense thing, and I need a little help. I got an e-mail with the first line: "Your application has been successfully reviewed. Now you need to create your first ad unit and place the ad code " Yet when I click on Configure in my settings it tells me to submit an application. I don't understand what code it's talking about, and I don't understand why it keeps telling me to re-submit an application. Please, any advice will be appreciated.
Thank you all.
Congratulations on your acceptance! You don't need to worry about creating ads or placing the code; HubPages takes care of all that for you. You'll just need to add your AdSense Publisher ID to your HubPages account. This Learning Center entry will tell you how to add it. Just follow the instructions under the "I already have a Google AdSense Publisher ID" heading.
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