If I see adsense affiliate code number in my earnings settings, my adsense is approved
I applied for my Google adsense and Don't know whether it is approved. But I am told that if I am able to see my adsense code and my earning amounts on hubpages, it means my account is approved.
I daily view my earnings on hubpages gradually increasing from $0.01 to now at $0.20 for this month of October, 2014. So I am earning and my adsense is approved with a sixteen digit number prefixed by ca-pub-. But there is one link against it under Reports column when clicked takes me to Google page for resubmission of my application for my blog titled vnktchari.blogspot.in What does it mean?
I have located another solution to my problem regarding ebay and amazon earnings. On lot of search, I find that I may have to incorporate the ebay and amazon capsules on my own by going to the edit page.
So I have done it on one of my hubs titled "Keeping things clean- Your Kitchen" just a few minutes back and selected the suitable ads for my hub to be displayed. They are now there showing on this hub.
So, I learn that HEP and adsense ads are placed automatically on publishing of my hub. But regarding ebay and amazon, I have to manually incorporate them in my hubs before publishing them.
I think this is the procedure for any hubber.
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