Need help with ads and affiliate programs
I am new to hubpages and have no idea how to post ads and go for affiliate programs. Any help would be appreciated. thanks in advance.
Click on "my account" on the top right of this page. Then click on "Earnings" near the top of the page and you will scroll down to see a number of ways to edit your ads and affiliate programs. Just find the one you want to edit (i.e. Google AdSense) and click "Configure" to the left of that row. Hope this helps!
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