Hi, I'm a newbie to the hubpages and according to the hubpages policy the huber will get 60% of the impression and the hubpages will have the rest 40% from the impressions. That's okay. But what if I use my google AdSense account to one of my other blogs and how much will I get from AdSense? Still 60% or the full? I'm confused...Please can anyone help me? The AdSense says that I can not have multiple accounts and i can still use the AdSense account that I have with the hubpages.
On your blog, you will get 100% of ad impressions. So you may want to link to your blog from your HubPages profile page. It is true that you will use the same AdSense account anywhere.
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