I don't see any Google Adsense ads in my hub although I was accepted.
In Adsense setup, there is code that is supposed to be copied and then pasted into the website where you want the ad to appear. Where do I paste the code in HubPages?
I see Google AdSense ads in your one published hub, just fine. Try clearing your browser cache or trying a different browser (IE and Firefox work best).
I also got a piece of code that is supposed to be copied into the source of your Hubpages page. When I tried to do this, I also failed to do the trick! Only after consulting the help link I learned that Adsense and Hubpages are affiliates and that you can link your Hubpages account directly to Adsense by clicking on the affiliates button below!
You do not need to paste the code because when taking a closer look at the source of Hubpages I soon found out that a similar piece of code already had been inbedded in the source code of Hubpages!
maybe you forgot to put your google adsense publisher ID into your affiliate setting or maybe your ad blocker plug in is enable. (Firefox: go to tools then add-ons)
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