It IS, for sure, totally fine to use my adsense account number on a different hubpages name, right?
My wife and I want to do local reviews and other stuff that would be too boring to write under this name. SO, I can, without some rule being broken, just paste my existing adsense number into that new hubpages name account screen and just have it add to my same check, right?
Same for Amazon and analytics, right?
(Don't yell at me Relache, I realize I could comb through some other threads and FAQs. But a nice, fast "yes" from someone who knows passing through would be easier and more fun. People like to be helpful. )
You can use the same adsense account for another Hubpages account.
To differentiate your sales, through Amazon, create a different affiliate link code to embed on your other HubPages account.
And, I would have to say yes that you would be able to use Analytics to track everything.
I have like... six accounts all hooked up to one amazon, adsense and analytics account.
I read somewhere that analytics will break them down into different accounts for you too but I've never really checked that.
And you can only have one Adsense account per household anyway, so you couldn't set up a new one for your second account. I've got mine on two other accounts here and it was easy enough to set up.
Analytics will pick up all your new hubs on the second account just fine.
Good luck with your review account!
As far as I know it's not so much a matter of pasting your adsense code. You will have to link your adsense account to your new hp account the same way you did for your first hp account.
In other words, just click 'sign up' next to the Google publisher ID field in your new account. Google will ask for some information such as your postal code and last 5 digits of your phone number. If you get these right, Google will automatically fill in your publisher ID. To get these right check your adsense account for this information (in case anything has changed since you first presented it).
the above is unnecessary
just paste in your code and your good to go
Ok, it's not letting me paste in my Adsense number. The other ones paste in just fine. Grrrr. Why can't anything on the Internet be easy? (sigh)
 Haunty, you had it right. Thanks
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