Well, for first You have to have at least ... 10 hubs, and then to make an Google account. When You are done with that, You just go on to your "Earnings" tab, click onto Google AdSense and THEN sign in. Because if You dont have enough text, content in general - they will decline You! So, be careful about two things: watch to have 10 hubs (my recommendation) and DO NOT CLICK ON TO YOUR ADS AT ANY PRICE.
You should check out my articles about Ad Sense on :
http://lafamillia.hubpages.com/hub/How- … se-account
To help you I would suggest you try two things to get a good understanding of HubPages: 1. Read the content of the HubPages Learning Center and 2. Type your question in the search box and read hubs or questions that have been published before.
With regards to your question, I did the above and then went to my account/earnings. Everything you need to do is to click on the links and provide the relevant info. I hope this helped.
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HubPages uses a variety of Advertising Affiliate Programs on HubPages. To start earning you have to apply for and be accepted into the Google Adsense Affiliate Program. Once you are accepted, you can apply for the other programs. HubPages automatically puts Google and HubPages Earnings Ads on your pages; you don't have to do anything. You can also add Ad Capsules from Amazon and eBay that reflect your content. For more information, I suggest reading this article: http://jsmatthew.hubpages.com/hub/How-D … g-Programs
I hope this helps!
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