We all know that we can make revenue with Hubpages article from Adsense. Now adsense update there rules that they need to verify every site , after that they show ads on those site or article. So, how can I verify my Hubpages?
Have you got an existing Adsense account? One that you had before writing your articles at HubPages?
The reason I ask is that if you are currently applying for Adsense, you haven't got enough articles. You need at least ten to fifteen featured hubs.
Once you have your account and have entered the required details into your HubPages earnings settings, you need to add to Adsense the sites on which your articles appear.
Go to your Adsense account and look for a tab on the left-hand side that says URL Channels. You can add them there. So, for example, you have two articles: one on Turbofuture and one on Hubpages.com So you would add those channels to Adsense by clicking on +New URL Channel. Don't put in the article URL, just the site itself.
I think that will do it, but you might get better advice from someone else. My Adsense account is about 10 years old.
If you still can't get it sorted, contact email@example.com
Such an detailed writing thanks a ton.
Already add my both artcile site as you say.
No reply from adSense team. Hope its work nicely for me.
If i get Any updated from adSense team then will inform you.
Again, wish you all the prosperous Life.
I'm getting the same issue as the OP. I have AdSense working on three of my other sites, but Google as asking me to paste code into the HTML header for Hubpages.
I don't think this is something i can do, and was wondering if anyone else is running into this issue. The message I'm getting from AdSense is below:
"We couldn’t find the code on your site. This is because the code is either missing or incomplete, or because the URL of your site is incorrect. Learn more.
Copy and paste this code in the HTML of your site, between the <head> and </head> tags."
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