Please pardon me if I am overlooking something easy, but I just joined yesterday...
I have successfully created my AdSense account, and my application has already been approved with all necessary confirmation e mails sent.
The problem is that I am unable to enter the appropriate data in my affiliate settings portion of my account page, as the only icon that still shows is "sign up", not "edit" as was the case with the other programs.
Thank you for your time, and I appreciate your help.
Did you try to click on the "sign up" link, and see whether it gives you the option to tell them whether or not you already have an account? And in the next step, then to say that you do, and it should prompt you for information to initiate the required process of linking your Adsense account to HubPages.
Thanks so much for the prompt reply, and I'll certainly take those steps. I was just tentative concerning the multiple account warning message.
Appreciate it again,
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