Hub pages requesting third party access on adsense
Hi, On my google adsense account its asking me to enable hubpages for third party access. I have to enable or disable it. what third party access is this too. I just dont understand what its asking me. I have another website that is not on hubpages. Does this mean that hubpages will take a portion of my revenue from my website?
I don't think so. I'm pretty sure hubpages uses that for keeping track of pageviews etc. / incorporating the actual ads into your hubs.
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