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.
I also emailed hub support but no answer yet.
Fellow hubbers say that many accounts are facing this problem.
Are you following the guidelines to insert adsense ID?
I have been following all the steps bu ti have found there is a little thing Hub support needs to do. the affiliate ID for google block does not update it when you send a link request through it to google. when google approved HP on my adsense, The Hp affiliate settings page was still showing the same procedure required to be done which i did earlier. SO I asked supposrt team of HP even they do not know this issue and said the same thing as you said.
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