Hi, I looked at my affliate code in settings and its different to the one on my adsense account, is this supposed to be like this or should I paste the one from my adsense account in there?
The one in affliate settings has the ca in front of the pub.
If you click on my account and then go to affiliate settings you need to input it so it looks something like ca-pub-38739473 <-- random numbers if you need help finding that code just let me know
hey dude, yeah theres a code already in there that has ca-pub before it..its just its different to the one in the top right hand corner of my adsense account so I wondered if I should change to that one
It says active in affliate settings.
I tried a few different email accounts when applying to adsense but only the one email address was approved as far as I know..
your help is appreciated
The one in the top right corner is your master publisher id
you have 4 or 5 id's, one for each network (content, search, feed, aff, ref, and domains) each has the same set of number swith a different prefix
ca-pub - refers to the content network
as long as impressions are appearing in your adsense account, everything is groovy... best of luck
Yeah nothing was showing so Ive just swapped in now to the one in adsense, ill just see if I get some impressions now, just started
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