I have AdSense set up with the affliate code. What is the next step? I remember something about copying and pasting the HTML link, I have lost the link to this and don't know how I can find it?
You don't need to use html here - HP has everything set up for you.
Go to My Account ~> Earnings ~> External Affiliate settings, and follow the guide to associate your account with HP.
Once that is done, that is it. HP automatically put ads on your page with your ID on them 60% of the time.
You might want to join up with Hubads now that your Adsense account is operational. Again, the sign up form is under the Earnings settings as above.
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