My HP earnings page in my account shows the following:
HubPages Earnings Program Settings:
Ad Program - Active
Amazon Program - Active
External Affiliate Settings:
Google Adsense - Active
Google Analytics - Active
By being active in all categories, does this mean I'm good to go to start earning dollars from my hubs?
It sure looks like it’s all set up. But just to confirm things, you should log into your Google Adsense account and check it out. Make sure everything looks good. You can see your account status under the account information link.
I went to Google as you suggested and this is the message that pop up:
"We're working on setting you up"
"This usually takes less than a day, but in some cases it can take a bit longer. We'll notify you when everything's ready. Then start earning money by placing ads."
Did I get into the correct website for Google Adsense?
At the bottom of our posts, among other things there is one that says 'permalink'. What is this?
That allows you to get the link to that particular post in the forums, if you want to quote it somewhere else.
Just so you know... When AdSense starts reporting your page views per site, the numbers are dead wrong and have been so for years. This only applies to the HP sites (all of them). The parties involved have given up on fixing the issue.
However, as far as we know, the earnings and clicks are correct. Just rely on HP stats and Google Analytics as far as page views go.
I saw that message for weeks ("we're working on setting you up..."), while all settings were showing active, but eventually it did get finalized and I started seeing an estimated earnings page.
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