I have changed the adsense id on several accounts and it doesn't seem to reflect on the page source which always print with the hubpages adsense id instead of the new one.
You won't get a share unless it says Active on your my affiliate page. I see that your association is still in a pending state, which means there are some steps you need to follow through on with google to complete the association.
But I have received this message from Google Adsense yesterday so I don't see what more steps I would need to follow:
----- Original Message ----
From: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, January 6, 2008 5:09:31 PM
Subject: Google AdSense: You've Got Ads!
You've activated your Google AdSense account!
Double check that www.hubpages.com has access here:
and then go here for each account that you've updated:
We recheck adsense status periodically, but going to that page should force an immediate recheck if you aren't approved.
Yes It have access after I have to entered login and password.
Google's adsense API still claims that your account is pending. You may want to double check that the adsense id entered at hubpages is correct.
Yes, that could be it. Just so you know, Google very much frowns on people or companies that try and obtain more than one adsense account. I'm guessing the tax information is what allows them to detect duplicate accounts.
I searched the Forums to post in an area that relates to my question, so here goes:
Under My Affiliate Settings:
For Amazon - it reads: Edit - Amazon - Active.
For Google - it reads: Signup - Google - Active.
They are both in an 'Active' state. Is there an issue with Google (for it to say 'Signup'? I am seeing a few page impressions, but not earning anything.
Please advise. Thank you.
It continues to say "sign up" next to the Adsense box, even after your account is successfully linked. The part that matters is that it reads "Active" under status, which it appears yours does.
Hi, wondering if you can help me too.
My google/hub pages are linked.
Google is marked as active.
My other google adsense accounts are working well.
I have only one ID.
I have good page views at HP.
there are google ads running there.
Yet, my Hub Pages account is the only one which shows no page impressions.
I checked in their forum and there is a post there that says someone else can insert their own code into our hub pages if we use the HP wizard!
Surely this can't be right?
My hubs have good rank, 3 months old and good traffic - why no earnings at all from HP?
Thank-you, need some assistance here!
And also, have you given HubPages account access from AdSense?
Thanks both, yes I have done that. Will check on channels. By the way, the forum I mentioned was the Google help one.
My radio hub was instantly populated with different sets of ads which i didn't put there. That's why I'm wondering if its true that others can put their ad groups on our hubs?
You don't put ads on the hub, HubPages do that (through YieldBuild).
Others can't put ads on your hubs either. However... if a person signs up to HubPages and is referred by someone else, they will get between 9% and 12% of the ad impressions. But don't worry, that isn't out of your 60%. The same with a person referring traffic to your hub via a tracker, they'll get 10% of the ad views. And again, that isn't taken from your ad impressions, but out of HubPages Inc's share.
Hmmmm this is very enlightening... so there is a 50/50 share on the adsense revenue for the hub?
Step By step Instructions for linking to google earnings?
Hi, still trying to resolve this. Wondered if it would be a good idea to start over and check I did everything right.
Please could someone give us a step by step list for linking our Hubs to our Google earnings tracking facility?
Think I need some assistance with this!
Thanks if anyone can!
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