Can I put my adsense code on my another hubpages account?
Suppose I have two hubpages account, acc-1 and acc-2 where acc-1 has 10 articles and acc-2 has 11 articles. I have got google adsense account by acc-1. Now to increase adsense earning, I want to put adsense code into my acc-2. Is it possible or what can I do?
Yes, you can add your adsense code to any site that you have your content on. What hubpages does not allow is using multiple accounts in the forum.
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