Now I'm trying to paste my adsense in the html editor. Every time I go to click save, it wants to "clean up" the code and erases my friggin' adsense code! How do you put the code in on this site without it doing that?
You don't. As stated before, as long as your Adsense ID is linked in the earning section, you don't need to do a THING after that. Hubpages automatically inserts your code.
Oooo... So I get a %60 cut of the ads that were already there? I'm a slow learner, sorry.
All good. Yes. If you right click on a hub (not the ad!) and click view source, you can do a CTRL+F for your pub-id number. You'll find that 60% of the time (random) it will appear there.
Actually you don't get a 60% cut of the ads. WryLilt did not give you a correct answer.
You get a 60% share of the impression time on your Hubs. You get 100% of any ad monies earned during your impression timeshare.
Not sure what you are doing, but:
Go to "scruffy5533", "my account" (top right of this screen)
Click "configure" under "external affiliate settings"
Already did that as earlier posted. As I have a web site and am used to just putting in the ads myself, I assumed I would do that here. WryLilt straightened me out on that one, though, thanx. It's very quaint to have a website do all that for you
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