I have an AdSense acct I use on HubPages. Do I need to create another AdSense acct if I want to use
it on another site?
No you don't. Just go to affiliate settings and sync google adsense to your hub page website.
You can only have one adsense account, so no you don't need seperate accounts for different sites (whether they are your own or revenue sharing sites.) Use the same adsense ID for all.
no you use the same account. just use your publisher ID for the other account too.
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