Hello to all hubbers , I have a question regarding the adsense affiliation program. I`ve added my adsense publisher code a few days ago, I have been registered to adsense for a long time now , and in my Affilitation settings this message appears "Pending Your Response to Google Email ", does this mean I have to respond to some email from Google? I`m a little confused ...never received any email from Google since I entered the publisher code.. Thanks
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I noticed the same thing within my affiliate page. So, here is what you need to do:
1) login to your google adsense acct
2) click on the "my account" tab
3) click on the "account access" link
4) scroll to the bottom and grant access to www.hubpages.com
Hope this helps.
You should have received an email from google when you associated your account here at HubPages. If you didn't, you can probably go here:
and verify that you've granted access to "www.hubpages.com". Sometimes it may take a day or two for the process to complete.
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