Hi. New here. I have received a publisher code from Adsense. When I go to my affilate page here on Hubpages, I cannot click on the blank box to paste in my Adsense publisher code. How can I get my code into that box?
Sounds like there is one more preliminary step you need to take, namely to link HubPages with your Adsense account:
Hi. Thanks for the replies. I did link Hubpages with my Adsense account yesterday, but no edit or modify button appears to the left of the Google Adsense box on my affiliate page. I just read that it can take up to 24 hours for things to link, so I'll wait until tomorrow and check again to see if I get an edit button allowing me to add my publishers code.
I see... Just for future reference: Some problems on HubPages can be solved by changing browsers (Firefox and Chrome may work better than IE). You can contact hubpages via firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi there. Okay, I waited 24 hours and the edit/modify button has not appeared next to my Google Adsense box. I changed over to Firefox and it doesn't appear using that browser either. What can I do to get an edit box next to Google so I can put in my publishers code? I am linked according to Google.
I recommend that you contact HubPages, including a link to this thread.
Is there an email address for a live person at Hub who can help me? I see forms for questions about Adsense, but none of the choices pertain to this problem.
I provided the contact email above yesterday, is that not good enough?
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by Eileen Hughes 4 years ago
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by zebtron 2 years ago
There is currently an issue with AdSense that is interfering with changes, additions, or applications.We are aware of the issue and are in communication with Google AdSense and hope they will have a solution shortly.Please note this only affects account configuration. Thanks for your patience.
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