google adsense account upgraded to all new 2.0 referral
I just want to ask, if I can do this with hubpages? If i can choose ads that will appear on my pages.
Hopefully someone will correct me if I'm wrong.
That is correct. Hubpages would have to insert that in for us. With the way Adsense 2.0 is set up, it would be hard to still do the 60/40 split anyways due to the way it is configured on Adsense.
It could be done, but it would take a little work on Hubpages part.
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