where does one enter the publishers ID on a huppage for google adsence ?
I need help
To do this, login to your account and then click on the My Account link on the top right hand corner. When the statistics page loads up, click on the Affiliate Settings link located at the top middle page in the grey area.
The Affiliates Setting pages loads up and there you will be able to enter in your Google Adsense ID.
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