i set up hubpages with my adsense account and it shows active here on my hubpages account...but when i go to my adsense account on google, hubpages is not listed anywhere, i mean it doesn't show up in the "reports" where any of the rest of the sites where you have adsense set up for..why is that?
Have you checked that you have properly set up the HubPages info on the Google end of things? Check your account settings in AdSense.
If you have had no hits on your adsense in your hubs, nothing will show up in your adsense reports for it. Same goes for adsense in blogger. Only once you get a hit from your hub will you see a report about it.
of course, that makes sense....thanks yall....i checked it...its active now
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