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I signed up with goggle Adsense and got approved. I have an ID number, etc. When I click on the button to link my adsense, using email, last five of phone and zip code it takes me to another page where I am to select yes or no for existing adsense. When I click on yes, it just keeps taking me back to the same page. I am confused and getting frustrated?
Yes, I have tried it from the configure section. Actually, I have gone there from several different directions on HP. I just published a Hub, for instance, and clicked on Link my google adsense". It took me to a page that asked for email, last five digits of phone and zip code. I double and triple checked my entries and it took me back to the page that has a couple of warnings on it and asks if you have an exisiting adsense account. I clicked on yes AGAIN and it just kept taking me back to the same page, as if I am entering something wrong. I really want to see if I can make money on this site, but if I can't link my adsense I can't get paid - correct?
yes, I was not trying to link every hub. I was just saying that I got to the configure section several different ways and no matter how I get there, it never takes me to a page to add my code or for google to add it.
here are the steps I took
1. Clicked on my account
2. Clicked on earnings
3. Clicked on Get Started next to Google Adsense
4. Clicked on YES next to "do you have a google adsense account"
5. clicked on create my google adsense account
6. The page basically just refreshes and never goes anywhere from there.
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