I am C.V.Rajan from India; joined just 3 hours ago and posted my first hub. Glad to be with you all.
I already have Adsense account and I have given account access to Hubpages. But at the Account access setting page in Google it says (for Hubpages)
Content (AdSense Online) Not Applicable
Referral (AdSense Online) Not Applicable
What does it mean? I have my previous account there from Howtodothings.com where both the above entries show 50% and 50% (i.e. they share 50% of ad revenue).
Can some one clarify please?
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