I was digging around and have read some great threads, but I am still a little confused. I was luckily approved for my AdSense account. Do I know have to find ads myself or does Google and Hubpages start taking care of that for me?
I notice on my AdSense page I have the option to add an ad. Is this necessary to make money or does Hubpages and Google already have their own system figured out?
Thanks for any help.
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