I signed up with google it says that they will have to review my application for adsense, once they do how do I get them to start posting on my Hub? I already have one made.
The ads will drop in automatically, you don't have to add anything. If you want to place Amazon ads, you have to add an Amazon capsule.
(that sentence has too many ads/adds...)
lol Okay thank you I saw some on the bottom of my page so, yeah. Haha.
Marisa's correct when she says you won't have to do anything to put Google ads on your Hubs, however, what she's neglected to say is that once you are approved, you will need to enter your affiliate ID code in the correct spot on this end in order to actually get any earnings from AdSense.
D'uh, thanks Relache, I was only thinking about how to get them on the page - should have thought a bit further!
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