Can I use my Hosted Adsense account from Youtube to make money from Hubpages ?
I have a hosted account from youtube partner . can I use this account on hubpages or not ?
It appears that you are having a regular Adsense account and you can associate your existing adsense account with HubPages through My earning Settings at https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/affiliate/
and configuration with existing Adsense publisher ID.
Yes you can link it on your account. Linking it, means your ads on your hubs will be activated that per click will be counted on your pay per click on HP. Good luck!
wqaindia , PaoloJpm and paiva25
Thanks for all of you . You really made my day .
i thought i can't use it here .
thanks a lot for your help.
I did exactly that. I linked my hosted adsense account with Hubpages a/c. You can definitely do that
If you have an approved Adsense account, you can use it on any site on the internet that meets Adsense rules.
Yes, HubPages meets the terms of the policy set in place by Google. Just ensure that you create Hubs that stick to those policies as well.
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