I swear that people on here have talked about having a 'whitelist' or something, where you can dictate what sites are allowed your adsense publisher ID. I think that they may even have linked to the hub.
Can anybody tell me how to do this, or point me in the direction of the hub? I would quite like to protect my account now that it is filling up with cash.
Many thanks in advance.
Yeah in your adsense account there should be a link when you go into your adsense set up tab that says allowed sites just type your urls that you want allowed in the top box and any that show up on the bottom list just leave to be not allowed!
Actually Wayne, do I just use the main hubpages domain?
So allow www.hubpages.com?
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