How do I get Google adsense script off my pages? Ads show up but so does the code?
Please read the help files. I can't believe you have published as many hubs as you have and still not know this.
You cannot put HTML code on your pages. The HTML capsule is only for someone writing about HTML etc who needs to show an example.
The ads that show up are placed by HubPages. All you have to do is enter your affiliate account here: http://hubpages.com/my/affiliate
Thank you for your answers. I posted several hubs then left Hubpages for awhile and did not use it. I forgot that I had entered my ID and was puting my adsense code in the code capsule. Thank you for your replies. I will fix them
I, too, checked your hubs and that is indeed strange. If/when you find an answer, please post it here.
It's not strange. The OP has caused it by using (as UW pointed out) the HTML capsule to paste ad codes. The easy answer is to delete the HTML capsules.
Malonge, you cannot input code ANYWHERE on the hubpages site.
All you need to do to earn with Adsense is link your Adsense account with hubpages on this page:
And then click either in your Adsense permissions OR on the email Adsense should send you.
After that you don't need to do anything - Hubpages will automatically show your adverts for 60% of impressions.
Code Capsules are not for displaying coded items - they are for teaching people how to write code.
After I made a hub and I sign up for adsense.. is it possible that they were approve my application this time because hubpages.com is a well known site?
I have previously sign up for google adsense but unfortunately they did not approve my application beccause I am using blogger.. well I have my own unique content but still they dont approve it.. I make it clear "is my application this time will be approve now?"
Please guys I really need some advice. Thanks have a great day.
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