Does anyone know how I can set up Adsense for my personal blog?
Does anyone know how I can set up Adsense for my personal blog? Can I use the Adsense info. that I set up through Hubpages or do I need to set up a brand new Adsense account for my blog?
Assuming your current AdSense account is approved and functioning, then simply log in to http://adsense.google.com and generate your adsense code (there was a page for generating ad positions and banners of various sizes).
Grab the code and add it to your blog. Best practice is to add a Wide Skyscraper (160x600) in your sidebar, and one horizontal banner in your footer. Make sure to go for image ads as well.
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I'm curious about this one.-Max
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