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I am new to Hubpages and signed up for Adsense yesterday. They have sent me the info to get the code, but I am having trouble pasting it into my source code page? I'm not even sure what this means??LOL Under my affiliate page in accounts it is showing adsense and a different code there. Do I need to bother pasting this other code then? HELP!
Welcome. This is one of the most frequently asked questions, if that makes you feel any better. No, you only have to paste in your Adsense publisher ID under affiliate settings. There is no HTML or other code to insert into hubs. You will automatically get 60 percent of the page views, Hubpages gets 40 percent.
Whew! I don't feel like it was a dumb question then! Will the ads they put on my hubs automatically correspond with the content of the hub? Thanks for getting back to me so quickly!
BPN, welcome to HubPages and I hope you enjoy it here - but it was a dumb question, really, because it's all spelled out in the Help information, which you should be reading!
HubPages is easier to use than a lot of sites, but there is still a learning curve. It's worth spending some time watching the videos and reading the FAQ, then you'll start to get the picture.
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/cate … p-account/
You are welcome. Ads are supposed to match the contents of your hub, including tags and keywords. However, this may vary for each user depending on their geographical location and even their search history. Ads may seem irrelevant at first, then may improve a while after publication.
Welcome to hubpages! WE is spot on.
Good luck with your hubbing!
You are welcome, make good hubs and get good money from adsense.
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