How do I add my adsense code to my Hubs?
I have tried and tried and it I can figure out where it goes. I do not see anything highlighted.
You do not add your code anywhere except under your affiliate settings.. The site adds the ads automatically.
You don't! All you have to do is join adsense! Look at your "my account," go to "earnings," and if adsense says either "set," or "active" then you're all good !
by Daniel Mollat2 weeks ago
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by McKenna Meyers11 months ago
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by Hailsale7 years ago
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by KevinC99986 years ago
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by sheerah6 years ago
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by Eugene Brennan9 months ago
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