I'm trying to insert the adsense html code into one of my hubs, http://hubpages.com/hub/Planetary-Mysteries but I can't seem to find where to add the html code.
i've read the help on Adsense and it says to insert the html code into the <BODY> </BODY> and i can see the source code by viewing it through notepad from internet explorer, but i can't paste the code into the notepad and save it.
is there another program i need or can i add the code when i'm editing the hub?
i just don't see where to paste the code and save it on the hub.
can someone help me out please?
thanks in advance.
Enki, you don't add it like that.
Just get your id, the part of the code that starts ca-pub-xxxxxxxxx and go to your affiliate settings
and paste it where in the box where it says Google.
Do the same for your amazon and ebay id.
right on, i did that, thank you, but do i still need to copy and paste the search box code into the hub and save it?
starts with <!-- Search Google -->
should i have a link to add a revenue hub for google when i edit my hubs?
i have ebay and amazon right now but not google.
From what I understand, the google ads are automatically added to the pages when you publish them. You don't add adsense manually on hubpages.
You will need to add amazon or ebay links, however. And that's done through the capsules.
I hope that's the right answer, because that's how I've been doing it.
right on, guys, thanks for your help. the info kind of breaks down at that point. the hubpages help says that adsense will walk you through the rest of the process, and adsense says to manually put the ads on there.
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