I have to create a seperate page.
I have to create a seperate page on the Hubpages site (or so do i understand) and then paste "This post confirms my ownership of the site and that this site adheres to Google AdSense program policies and Terms and Conditions" How do I do that?
Actually, when you create Hub, by clicking "Start A New Hub", you create a new page automatically. You then can work with the tools available to create your hub. If you choose to type your "text" for which you plan for the Hub, inside another program, yes you can copy and paste it into text capsules.
You automatically get a copyright added to your content and could even go and register your content on copyright.com if need be.
If you are unfamiliar with the TOS of HubPages and GOOGLE Adsense, then I would suggest to re-read them, so as to make sure your content is in line with them. They do not have to check your work, but do, when their bots/spiders crawl over your page.
Thanks, maybe my question wasn't clear enough. I know how to create a hub. When i applied for google adsense they did not approve me because i had gave them the wrong domain. Now they want me to "create a separate page on the site and paste "This post confirms my ownership of the site and that this site adheres to google Adsense program policies and terms and conditions". Then only can I resubmit my application, after replacing www.hubpages.com in the Website URL with the URL of the page where I have pasted the snippet.
I don't know how to do the first part.
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