Can someone tell me why my google account is not associated while it was alright before.Ive earning in my google account.I checked my google account one month back and now todays going to affiliate links and google account status was not assocated.Right affiliate code is already written there.Should ive to signup again for it.Please guide.Thanks
Have you gone to your Google account settings and made sure that Google has access to your Hub account?
Sadly, I had my account spontaneously become disassociated back in June but it was just a click to re-connect the two.
can someone tell me why I can not put my google affiliate ID in my affiliate setting page, the box just doesnt let me put it there.
I have associated my adsense account to HP and at my adsense page it says that it is active but i cannot put my ID there at HP affiliate settings page, it still asks me to signup which i did.
thanks in advace
I'm having this very same problem. Hopefully someone can assist us. I'm really excited to start building Hubs
A couple other new hubbers have had this same problem recently. Contact the hubstaff and let them know.
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or you can also acess this link by going to the 'help' section
There seems to be a number of problems with hubpages recently. I know they are working it out. But of course let them know.
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