Hi, I want to check if my adsense ID has been entered correctly. Instructions I tried to follow but they assume I know where everything is. I don't. Says I must sign in to my adsense account. Don't know how to do this. Went to settings
Ad program affiliate code active
Amazon program hubacc---- active
under the Ad program affiliate code is a no similar to my adsense ID I received with email, but not the same.
Am I looking in the right place?
Thanks for any help
If it says active on your Account Earnings page, then your Adsense is activated; but I think you are wanting to check if the correct Adsense ID was entered, at least that's what I understand from your question.
You can sign into your Adsense account here https://www.google.com/adsense/start/#? … ctive=none
Once you're signed into your account, you can click on your email address in the upper right corner and it will show your publisher ID which is your Adsense ID.
The code for the Ad Program will not be the same as your Adsense ID. Those are two different programs. There is the HP Ad Program and the Adsense program and then Amazon and Ebay.
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