Adsense linked to my account, but no ads showing up?
So I finally got my Adsense account approved and have successfully linked it to my account. I have an affiliate code and the status is now 'Active'. However, I went on my hubs and still see no ads. Am I missing a step somewhere?
It can take a few hours for the ads to appear for the first time, just wait a day and they should start showing up!
Make sure you don't have an ad-blocker or something on as well.
Mate, I'm having the same problem as you mentioned above about the Youtube bit !
How did you get around this ?
Apparently it takes time. Not instantaneous. Based on your content, Google will SLOWLY allocate their relevant ads to your hubs.
The thing is that I got approved by Adsense - it says so in the Earnings Settings as well as the Adsense Account - but despite a few thousand views everyday.....I'm not getting any clicks which makes me wonder whether its really working or not ?
Do you have Adblock on? If it is, that needs to be turned off or else you won't be able to see any ads. Also, earnings don't show up on Adsense, they show up through the Hubpages earnings portal.
I also have approved hosted content account of Adsense. The issue is in earnings tab of Hubpages, Adsense shows as 'Active'. But in my Adsense account I do not see Hubpages under owned sites (youtube appears there!). Is there something wrong?
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