can i use one Google adsense for all my blog and articles?
Yes. It is good to use a single account for all your blogs and articles. That way, you will get quicker and more frequent payments.
Yes you can. In fact you are only allowed to have one account. The best way to organise things is to setup channels. I use URL channels which tells me which domain is earning me how much. YOu can also integrate Google Analytics so that you have a much wider picture of statistics for each of your sites.
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