When I try to "Link My Accounts" for Adsense all I get is "Working" - what am I doing wrong?
I'm approved for Adsense. I have allowed Hubpages. I have my Publisher ID. I want to enter my ID affiliate ID in Affiliate settings but all it allows is sign-up (which I have already done). When I go into sign-up I press YES to say I already have an Adsense account. I have entered the required details and I have pressed "Link My Accounts". The system just stays with "working" and never finishes "working" - what am I doing wrong? I have tried to find an answer on HubPages but have been unsuccessful. A pointer to a previous answer would be appreciated if there is one.
I'm having the same problem so if you find a answer please let me know.
If you have just been approved I think it has not got through the system yet. The following day I found that it did work. As I had just joined for the purposes of utilising it on HubPages I can only assume the above. No technical reason I can fathom - just that HubPages cannot find the Adsense code because it is still being set up.
Hope that your problems are resolved as mine were without intervention.
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