It’s time to implement your ad code
I just got email from google asking me to implement my ad code. I have got one, but no idea how to implement as to pasting it into my page . Some had contended: on HubPages, you don't need to copy and paste the Ad code. They have done that for you. All you have to do is enter your Adsense affiliate ID at: http://hubpages.com/my/affiliate...
I have no idea how to proceed as to implementing ad code? Your help from greatly appreciated.
This is the message that I got when went ahead to associate my Adsense ID:
It appears that you already have an approved Google AdSense Account associated with HubPages, with the publisher id ca-pub-4159499994794891. Are you sure you want to associate a different account? In most situations, Google only allows each person to have a single Google AdSense Account. Learn more....
So my google account is associated with hubpages, or so it seems like.
In addition, you told me few days back that if paypal service is not available in my country. I can not earn from hubpages ads, so it would be futile to enable hubpages ads.
Christy from your response it appears as though;- hubpages ads would automatically be enabled if google Adsense account is associated with hubpages.
Or can I still disable hubpages ads ,since I can not earn from them. Enough, for new; still have few things on my mind, would as later.Thanks
Yes, it sounds like you have already associated your AdSense ID.
AdSense is required to earn from HP Ads, but HP Ads to not have to be turned on to earn from AdSense alone. If you leave them on you will not be able to collect your earnings from them via PayPal and it is likely that your AdSense earnings will decrease, which is why I recommend disabling HP Ads.
Yeah bundle of thanks, dear Christy, your response is very much appreciated. I have been waiting for google adsense to be approved, as I want to write and want to be better at this craft, I'd made this profile almost four years ago; but then I was not serious to write on hubpages.
Furthermore, seems like adsense is in process of full approval. That is what google says - placing an ad code on my page is a step necessary to full activation.
Let me ask you, how to disable hubpages ad? since I am not going to earn form them, and they would also cause decrease in earnings to be realized through google adsense alone - As you said aswell.
Secondly, how many ad codes am I allowed to make on hubpages? and thirdly, is one ad code enough for full google adsense approval? or should I look to make more of those?
You do not need to place ad codes. HubPages takes care of the ads for you. All you need to do is visit this page while signed in and associate your AdSense ID. You will not need to do anything else.
You can also visit your Ad Program configuration page to make sure the HP Ad Program is not currently active.
Yeah, I got you placing ad code is done by hubpages, I was asking about making ones ( making of ad codes, which a user undertakes to make lots of those - ) as implementation is done by hubpages.
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