I read the intro , looked for the "next" button, and all there is is a cancel button.
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by Jonny Wills15 hours ago
Hi guysCan anyone help?I've written fifteen articles and set up a Google Ad sense account, but the earnings/affiliate configurations still remain Not Set despite affiliating the link and being redirected back from...
by Larry W Fish13 days ago
I am confused where to put the Google Ad Sense code and just how do I go about it.Does it just go on my profile page or on every article I write?Does it go in a certain spot on the page?
by N B Yomi11 months ago
So I signed up for Google Ad Sense after publishing my tenth hub around April 15th. The notification says that the reviewing process will take up to three days. And it's been five weeks. Does it tend to take this long...
by iijuan123 years ago
A few days ago I went through all the steps to sign up for Google Ad Sense. I just checked and found out my status moved from "Pending" to "Association Disabled by You or by Google for TOS...
by Jamie Butler4 years ago
Should I sign up for google ad sense if I only have 7 featured hub? I'm new. Not sure what to do.I have 7 hubs published and featured. One is Editor's choice. I just recently joined within the past month. I am not sure...
by brookeandscotty5 years ago
do i have to register each hub i post and get it approved by google ad sense
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