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!
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