I am not sure about one thing, so if there is someone who is kind and patient enough to tell me about it I will really appreciate it.
I know that on my articles there are ads. So does that mean that hubpages.com done all the work in implementing the adsense code into the pages, or should I still do it myself?
go into your "my account page" then click on affiliate settings , you will need to sign up with the affiliates, if you alreary have joined the affilates listed you need to enter your codes.....jimmy
Oh ok, I see. Thank you so much jimmy.
But on the Affiliates page I already have my google code which looks like ca-pub-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Is that the right code?
And if that code is right, then I don't have to implement the adsense code in all my pages myself right?
That's correct, the ads will automatically be added to your pages. Just make sure it says "Active" next to your AdSense id on that page. If you're using AdSense elsewhere, you might want to set up a URL Channel for "hubpages.com" so that you can track your earnings from here separately.
No, you don't need to insert your Adsense code in the pages at all.
topstuff, I am sorry if you have a problem with me asking a question. Trust me, I looked as best as I could on the forums to see if it was already answered
Thanks to all of you for finding time to answer.
You can ignore topstuff - all his hubs are copied from elsewhere. He has no idea
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