Hi everyone, i have written my first hub that is still unpublished and i was to create an ad sense google account but it says that i need to type in the URL that is going to generate the traffic. Is that the URL that appears as it is when my hub is open(with the slashes and the topic that im writing about)or what is needed is just www.hubpages.com?
Thanks and hope to speak to all soon:)
no I don't believe that is what you are looking to put in. I believe it is the affiliate link that ad sense gives you. You may have to be more specific.
when setting up an adsense acct, the URL Google asks for is www.hubpages.com
once approved, you will copy and paste the affiliate code google provides into the box on your affiliate page. Then adsense will be linked to each of your hubs automatically. You do not need to link each individual hub
If you don't have an Adsense account, you'll need one. I suggest that you wait until you've got a few quality hubs written before applying.
If you've already got it, you need to add your Publisher ID here: http://hubpages.com/my/affiliate
To track your earnings in Adsense for HubPages you need to set up a Custom URL channel. Add hubpages.com not www.hubpages.com
Have you applied for Adsense? Have you been approved?
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