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I am having issues while trying to link my adsense account to my HubPages account. Is it because I only have one published Hub? Are there any minimal requirements that must be met in order for me to be able to link my Google Adsense account to my new HubPages account?
This is the issue that I'm having. When I try to link the account, I click on link account in the earnings page to Link the account, then all I see is the word *working* floating on my screen. I receive the email saying this:
You are receiving this email because you've requested to use AdSense through
In order to use AdSense through www.hubpages.com, you'll need to grant
www.hubpages.com access to the ad code and reports in your
AdSense account. To do so, please follow this link: https://www.google.com/adsense/a?u=7735 … =57786724.
Please be assured that www.hubpages.com will not have access to any of your
personal information or payment history.
If you believe you've received this email in error, or have any questions, we
suggest you contact www.hubpages.com.
The Google AdSense Team
I click on the link from my GMAIL account, it just goes to my Adsense homepage, It shows access granted. I see it granted and enabled, but when I go to my HubPages account, I don't see anything enabled. "Not Set" is all I see in the Adsense Tab.
I have been trying to get this working for the past 7 days without any luck. Can anyone please help me?
You have enabled Adsense on HubPages, I would presume? You may try the below read for some information. There are several other articles in the Learning Center as well in regards to the HubPages and Adsense programs.
Usually you need a minimum of 10 hubs. Are you trying to insert the html code or the regular --> pub-ID XXXXXXXXXXXX. It will only take the Pub-ID XXX number, not the html code.
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