Ok guys it's me Tracy and I'm lost again I went to manage to check on my hubs and some say inactive on the status what does this mean and how do I fix it? Please help.
Now part two I have no idea where to put my adsense code. Now I'm good at typing and I can sort of find my way around on a computer but I can not figure this out to save my life so please can you help me.. Thank you so much
Here is how to find the page for adsense code:
It is under my account - affiliate settings - and then Google.
Ok first I went to Adsense Set Up and clicked on Manage Ads then I clicked the box that said inactive units. Some say new and the rest say inactive.
that has something to do with google and their ads, not your hubs. There are little question mark buttons next to where it says inactive that will explain what it means and why they are inactive. Honestly, I don't see why it should be any concern. I didn't even know this feature exsisted until you said it
Thank you so much i was so worried I had done something wrong..have a nice evening..
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