Does anyone know how I can generate an Adsense code for my own website?
Does anyone know how I can generate an Adsense code for my own website? The Ad code I have now is for host sites only, i.e. Hubpages, but I need to generate an Ad Code for a non-host site, and can't find that through Google. Any ideas??
Sign in to adsense... Then click on My Ads ... and then new ad unit ... select the ad size colors etc... Then save and get code. You can paste this code using html/text widget on your site.
Hi Anamika. The problem is on my acnt it's only giving me the Ad code for a hosted site, not the Ad code for my wordpress site. Wordpress is saying, "You currently have a host-only AdSense account. Please visit the AdSense help center for instructi
There is a help article on this here: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/2534771?hl=en
Basically because you signed up through HubPages ("a host partner") you have this issue, easily fixed though.
Thanks ilikegames I did do those steps and come up with blank Ad spaces on my site. Maybe I need to wait a few days to see what Google Adsense says.
Yep the blank space is standard until your website has been approved. I also noticed that even after I was approved it took another 24-48hrs for actual ads to appear, I think this gives Google a chance to analyse your traffic & pages to decide on
Under Adsense go to "My Ads" tab then under it choose "Other Products".
Here you will see "Upgrade now" option. Just click it and you will be redirected to premium Adsense services. There just add your domain site and wait for it to get approved.
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