does hub pages give me a website address? if so where do I find out what it is?
Im trying to set up my adsense. It asks me for my web site address. I dont know what it is. Please help me figure this out. Thanks
The address for your profile page is:
plus each hub you write has a unique address. Bring up the hub in question and copy the address from the address bar.
If you build links to each hub and your profile, your score will increase as well as getting more visitors.
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