yes, you can use your adsense id with more than 1 hubpages account.
ya you can, if you go to my account on top then to afflaiate settings there you can add your google id number your pub number. That will link all your earnings from all your hubs, good luck.
Yes of course, all you have to do is to simply copy your "pub-xxxxxxxxxx" ID in each account's settings.
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