I've been trying to add Goggle adsense to my hubs. I finally figured out how to look at the source code and I see someone else's ID in there!!!!
Can someone help me get the hi-jacker out of my HUBS??
And replace with my UA number?
You sure that is not hubpages' ID? (ca-pub-6958755572607374)
Quick call the police!!
This is most disturbing, I've been here for years and this has never happened maybe it's hubpages share of revenue the 60 40 split?.... phew!
THAT IS NOT THE PROBLEM!
I know that part...it is already on the affiliate page....this is in SOURCE CODE.
it is a number with Adsense prefix/suffix!! starts with UA- and ends with -1
I know the difference, give me a little credit!! Can you help???
You'll get your 60% share when you put your Publisher ID in the Affiliate Settings.
If you are someone else's referral, then during some of HubPages impression time, that person's AdSense ID can also be on your pages.
PLEASE read the FAQ, as it clearly explains all of this,
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