Google Adsense application and the URL's you place for ads.?
Do you have to place individual URL's of your Hubs when Google asks you to place ads for Google Adsense approval process? OR you have to mention only the main URL of your HubPages profile? Can anyone help on this?
You only need to add 'profilename.hubpages.com' with AdSense for ads to be placed in your hubs.
It's only when you need to track the performance of your hubs that you must add the individual URLs of your hubs in 'performance reports' section in your AdSense account.
by Getting Along4 years ago
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by Mike Russo5 years ago
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by Andrew8 years ago
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by Keith Ham4 years ago
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by gulnazahmad7 years ago
I just got my Google Adsense application accepted, now what I want to know is that is Google...automatically places ads on the hubs or I have to put them there like Amazon and ebay ads?
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