I just signed in for a new hubpage account now, and i received an email from google if i want to grant hubpages.com permission to access my account, when I first signed up for hubpages account I don't remember receiving this kind of email.
I know that hubpages get part from my adsense earnings...I just want to know why they are asking me that now.
its a necessary task for google to gai permission frm you to pblish ads on ur behalf by hubpages..it occurs even if u create a blog in blogger platform..
I think you can use the same adsense account for your new hubpage account.
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