How to get HubPages connected to Adsense?
On Google AdSense it says that HubPages shares O% of Revenue with me. Instead of it being hubpages.com, it's www.hubpages.com Is that the problem or is it something else?
Learning Center or FAQ section will answer your question in a very clear cut manner. Just go through it properly and you will find the method to connect HubPages to Adsense very easy. Go ahead and connect it.
When you set up your google adsense you should do it through the Hubpages ad program. when you click the HPAP it lets you get to google adsense, and it will fill out forms for you, (at least it did when i set it up) then just follow the directions and youre good to go.
By following the monetize option of hubpages, it will show option to connect with adsense by defining your adsense publisher id's there you will get connected.
by em_saenz 8 years ago
I visited my adsense account to find I am earning no money on my clicks. I followed the instructions to access and authorize in account settings, but once again, they are refusing to accept my URL https://.emsaenz.hubpages.com. these people are stealing my revenue. did this happen to anybody else?
by Anurag Ghosh 7 years ago
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by Ashok Goyal 7 years ago
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by Brett Foster 4 years ago
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by FootballNut 4 years ago
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by Eaglekiwi 10 years ago
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