which page do I put the code for my search ad and ant other ad I want to put on hubs ?
HubPages does not allow users to implement code on their hubs. In order to get credit for your share of impressions of the Google AdSense ads on your pages, all you need to do is add your affiliate ID to the affiliate settings page, under "my account."
For more detailed instructions, see this help page: http://hubpages.com/help/googleadsense
Hi Maddie. I had the same question regarding where to implement the code for Ads to begin showing up. If Hubpages does not allow for the code how will I know processing is complete? And can you tell me what affiliate ID you're referring to? thnk u!
by Tariq Sattar 3 years ago
It’s time to implement your ad codeI 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....
by Kenneth C Agudo 5 years ago
I was wondering why the review of my adsense account is too long. In the letter by adsense I should take note of the ff. *The ad code needs to be implemented on your pages for the review to be completed. Please refer to the host partner you signed up through to see if you need to implement the code...
by Barbara Radisavljevic 7 years ago
I am updating my profile and adding signatures at Qondio. To be able to get a backlink to one of my sites, I have to paste a snippet of code in comment form somewhere on the page. I would like to backlink this way to my profile page here, but I'm not sure if this can be done on HubPages in the...
by Bryony Harrison 6 years ago
I found information in the FAQ about how to create an adsense account, but not how to put the codes in. I was going to use the 'code widget', but it said not. I can't figure out what other widget you would use. Please help. Thanks.
by Mary Tinkler 9 years ago
apparently I am not set up right for referrals to Amazon. I have the code but do not know where to find the place I paste the code to HTML. Also do I have to do this with every hub I write?
by Marina 3 years ago
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