OK- I'm trying to put the google search onto my pages, where do I put the codes? It is so long and evertime I add it to my pages I just end up with all the pasted info on my page??? Where am I to place this?
Google search, what do you mean? Do you mean Google ads (Adsense)?
under the google adsense there is an option for adsense for search? I'm trying to do that and not knowing where to put it.
If you have an Adsense account already, you need to insert your publisher ID in the affiliate setting part of the HubPages control panel by following these guidelines:
It is a two-step process, where first you have to link your HubPages account to Adsense.
Google ads run automatically on HubPages, and you will get 60% of the page impressions. Like everyone else is saying, there are no other options on HubPages, no HTML code you can insert here.
I don’t think HP allows that kind of html. Excellent idea though, especially if ads are incorporated in it.
Are you trying to put a search through google into your hubs?
If so, you can't do that I don't believe.
However, it can go on your personal blog site or website.
You cannot add "html" to your hub. However, since you have a Google account and setup an iGoogle page, you could then insert a link to that page.
That page, will have Google search bar at the top of the page. Plus, you can connect Twitter and FaceBook to your iGoogle page.
I tried to do that and quickly learned that it was impossible. Google wants to put a lot of that stuff on our sites, but we can't.
Whatever was meant in this thread, it certainly triggered an outstanding idea.
I just posted the following in the Suggestions Forum:
Title: Ad google search with ads
I just got this idea from another thread.
Add a google search box! With results including ads of course.
I misspelled “Add” in the title, but that was because I was excited.
I knew I could do that with the post, but can I really do it with the Topic title?
No, you are right - I misread what you said and so deleted my post above.
Nope! You cannot change the title, once the thread has been created.
Edit: However, you can delete your post, which would delete the thread, providing no one has posted to the forum thread.
I deleted my post over there. You may be able to delete the thread now.
Well thank you everyone- I really thought I was doing something wrong!Whew- not as slow as I thought, well, oh never mind. Thanks Hubbers!
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