Can my wife use my adsense code on her hubs
My wife has joined hubpages we need to know if she can use my adsense code in her account she does not want a separate account. The hubpage account is her own the articles are her own we just want to use the same adsense we have not yet set her up for revenue sharing because we don't want to get into trouble with hubpages.
Some hubbers have more than one hubpages account and this is not a problem with hubpages therefore as you can only have one adsense account i imagine they have their adsense a/c linked to each one of their a/c's so it's possible you can do so although perhaps each of their accounts share certain biographical info etc that make it possible.
Even if it is technically feasible however does not mean it's ok with adsense/google and you could risk losing your own adsense a/c.Unless you are happy to risk this i would contact adsense directly for clarification but i doubt they'd knowingly sanction it.Likewise hubpages may not approve as they certainly wouldn't want to infringe on any adsense terms and conditions.Sorry i can't be of more help :-)
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