Maybe this is a silly question but do you need to insert adsense code into a hubpage article to have it credited to your account?
When I post a new hub hubpages automatically adds adsense ads to that hub but do i need to also add my own adsense code 'into' a hub for my account to be credited??
I did register my adsense tracking ID but I'm still a bit confused
Not a silly question! If you've pasted your Adsense code into the "Affiliates" section in "My Account", that's all you need to do.
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