When I click check Google earnings from my affiliate page it somehow seems the opening page is different than before, it does not even have a log in section on that page. I'm finding it quite hard to finding an easy way to go straight to my Adsense information account page. I would appreciate any suggestions or help.
you go to Google and click advertising programme,then click Google ad sense,it take you to your log in details
hope this help?
isabelle, do you use more than one email account? If so, for instance I use gmail and have 3 accounts, If I stay logged in to one of those and try to go to adsense from hubpages it takes me to a sign up page, there should be a place there near the sign up box that says sign in or sign in with different username, click that and then enter your adsesne username and password
He means your session for one of that account remains and that is why they take you to sign up page. Whenever you login to mail/adsense, make sure you clear the browser cache and login/pass. That will help avoid that issue.
see when i am in gmail I can stay logged in on firfox so everytime i open the gmail page it automatically goes to the email account i have set to stay logged in, my adsense account is on a different email so when i go to adsense i have to log out of my gmail because it tries to associate adsense with my gmail account. kind of a pain but if you don't have gmail its probably not the problem. can you just go to the adsense main page and log in there?
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