Now i have created google's adsence account.How to add it to my Hubpages articles account?
1.Go to my account ==> Earnings==> settings
2. Under External Affiliate Settings click on "configure" for Google Adsense
3. Enter you Google Adsense Affiliate code and you are done.
Hope this helps.
when you articles are published. your hubs/articles will have google adsense, and when someone clicking the ads then your earning will be rised automatically. Check your google adsense account. I hope it will help.
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