I signed up for Adsense and was approved and I received an ID number for my affiliates page. I cannot type in the number because the Google button still reads "sign-up" even though I already signed up. How can I fix this? I'm afraid to redo the process because then it looks like I am trying to apply again. I only want to activate my affiliate account on Hubpages. What do I do?
try to copy and paste it in the affiliate code under Affiliate settings.
I tried it but it won't let me. The sign-up button is still there but it shouldn't be because I already signed up right?
What do you see when you click sign up? You should get taken to a page asking whether you DO or DON'T have an adsense account, from which you can link your account if you say you do have one.
Yes, it takes me to a page to sign-up but I'm not sure if I should do this because I received an email from Adsense that said congratulations we will start posting ads to your hubpage, etc. If I sign-up again will that be a problem?
You should NOT try and sign up again - you can only have one Adsense account.
One question - are you sure it was an approval? Usually the approval takes 24 hours or more from when you apply.
You should be attempting to link your account on this page, using the button on the very left of 'google':
If that doesn't work, try contacting the hubpages team:
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