do both your hub pages link to your adsense account or do they need to be added?
I recently activated my adsense account and im needing some help with understanding how to paste any html codes for the ad boxes on my page. can you give me a link or something to help
If you are referring to HubPages, dont worry. Once you have linked hubpages with your adsense, it automatically adds the ad's to your newly created hubpages with your account encoded in the link. So your good to go!
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