I signed up for and got the code for Adsense for search. Is there any way I can post it, or did my affiliate's settings take care of that for me? I don't see the search box on my page.
It is not an option on hubpages.
For future reference, NO html can be used on hubpages..so any banners or codes you collect as you find monetization methods must be a simple link if you plan on using it on hubpages
U may use it on your blog via using ad gadget option
Sign up for Adsense for search if you want to monetise from the searches on your OWN website. I've had good results when I replaced my own search box with the google search bar.
When people came to my blog with certain keywords but not satisfied with what they got, they usually do a search and then click the first ad at the top. You can't use it with hubpages though, it wouldn't look tidy because they already have one on every page template.
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