How many sites can you have with Adsense? Do you need a separate account for each site such as where I want to write articles for Hubpages and also would like to write a blog on blogger?
Does adsense allow you to use the same account with each website?
i have a blog on blogger and use the same adsense ID here and am planning on using my adsense on my own domain this year, and other people use the same ID all over, so, yeah, it's ok.
AdSense only allows one account per person/bank account, but you can use that account with multiple sites.
Relache is right. If you want to have more than one adsense account you would need to set up a small company. It doesn't cost much to set up a corporation but the paper work is a wee bit of a hassle and you would need to do an annual tax return for the company.
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