I was promoting some articles and thought I forgot to create a channel for my article so I decided to check the last articles that I posted and 7 of the article did not seem to have channels in my Adsense account.
My question is are we going to have to change the links to our channels to our sub domains in our Adsense accounts?
No they should all be fine. All of mine are working.
Well I just changed 7 of them to my sub domain because I did not know about the sub domain change until I got the email. I thought I forgot to post the article to my adsense account.
So what should I do with the ones I accidently changed to my sub domain? Should I just go a head and change all 40 article links to my sub domain?
Or should I delete the 7 I changed to my sub domain.
It shouldn't matter either way.
Please read this:
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=14235
You would only need to change them if you, for some reason, had entered them with "www." at the beginning.
If you entered the URLs as they appear normally ("hubpages.com") without the "www." then you should be fine without any changes.
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