Do I need to implement ad code after pending Adsense approval?
I have pending approval with Google Adsense. Do I need to implement ad code or does that happen automatically?? help...
While awaiting for your Adsense approval you do not need to do anything. HP does all the implementing of codes. Your code will automatically be inserted when you are approved.
Terrific. I was wondering the same thing. Thanks.
All you would need to do is place your Adsense ID in the page provided on your account when you get it so that HP can set up your ads.
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