I have my adsence code, but when I click "modify" to put it in, it asks me if I have an account.
I click, "yes".
It asks for the last 5 digits of the phone number I used plus my zip code.
I enter those and try to advance but it brings me back to that same page.
Is this even worth the trouble? I'm lost. I went along with the tutorial and it only works if everything goes right. There's no link that says, "What to do if you have an account, but you can't freaking get anywhere and you're really, really angry about now."
If it says active next to google on this page then you are all set (and it does for you). If you see your AdSense elsewhere, you may want to set up a URL Channel for "hubpages.com" so you can track your impressoins separately.
Thanks. It does say "active". But I got an email saying:
Recently, you were approved for a Google AdSense account. We've noticed the AdSense code has not been implemented into your web pages, and we'd like to offer our help."
So I thought I still had to do something.
Nope, you are all set as of about 90 minutes ago. You should start seeing impressions in the adsense reports soon.
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