I just finished my first Hub, when publishing I wanted to link it to Adsense. I clicked on the link and it suggested I finish my profile before I ask to have it approved. So I did. Now I do not know how to link my hub to Adsense, any help??
I am assuming that you have an Adsense account.
In the Earnings section under My Account, you can check the status of each of your affiliate accounts. If your status is 'Active', then you have successfully linked your account(s) to HubPages.
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You may find this article useful which I found in The Learning Center.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/1-2- … gs-adsense
Based on your one hub, I don't think you'll get Adsense approval. The content appears to be purely personal, and written like a blog.
Hubs are meant to be stand alone articles that help readers learn about something. If your hub contains information that only your friends and family would find interesting, or doesn't have much of a point, it's likely to be unpublished.
Have a look at some other hubs around the site for ideas.
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