Could anyone tell me how to link my Adsense account to my blog on Blogger? I have been struggling with it all night long and finally applied for my blog but think wasn't the way to go about it. I seem to remember something about copying your affiliate code and pasting it somewhere for subsequent sites. All advice/instructions greatly appreciated.
When you open your blog, you will be noticing the earnings tab in the left side column. Clicking on it will take you to the ad-sense settings page where you need to enable the "show ads on my blog" by ticking yes. Your ad-sense code will be there already visible to you. So, simply click the yes button and then select one of the three options shown there to enable ads. Or, you can customize it by clicking the Advanced Ad setup settings below there and following their instructions. That's how I did it.
This doesn't happen. Instead it gives me a "sign up for Adsense" option. It says they are reviewing it and I will know within three days. Did I accidentally apply for a new account?
Yes, probably you applied for a new one. You should log in to your blogger account with your original Ad-sense account. Then only you can manage it and enable ads.
I hope you must be already having one Google ad-sense account with which you want to enable your ads and earnings.
I have an adsense account I just can't seem to get my blog to give me the right settings. It says to sign up so there must be something wrong. I googled all kinds of tutorials to no avail. Thanks for your help.
When you click on the earnings button at the left hand side of your blog administration page, does it not show you the ad display settings, where your ad-sense code is also visible at bottom?
My one shows like that and the code should be tallied with your Hub Pages Google ad-sense code to confirm that it is showing the correct code.
Are you absolutely sure you signed up for Blogger with the same email address as your Adsense account?
Have you tried opening your Adsense account, logging in, then leaving that tab open while you open a new tab for your blog?
go through this link:
Why switch to a different Publisher ID?
Does one have more than one publisher ID with the same Ad-sense account?
I believe one person can have only one Ad-sense account.
She doesnt want to associate a different publisher ID.
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