How to get started with AdSense?
I recently signed up for google AdSense. My application was accepted but from over a week, I've been seeing a red banner on the top of my AdSense account which states that my account is still under review. However, when I click 'Learn More' I am told that I need to follow a two step process in which I've first step and the second step is to put the HTML ad code in my website. So do I need to add the HTML code in every hub of mine? Please help me with this.
No, you do not need to add HTML code in every hub. Just wait for the approval or comments of google adsense. If you are enrolled with ad program or google adsense, you will earn on every advertisement found on your hubs.
Based on my experience, I think you will be approved. Always look and check for your email to see if there is an email from google adsense.
Please find sometime to read my hub about applying for google adsense
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