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Apparently, their AdSense accounts need to have Blogger.Com permitted.
  1. Log in to AdSense.
  2. Go to My Account - Account Access.
  3. Under Site, find "Blogger.Com".
  4. Select "Grant Access".
  5. Log out of AdSense and log out of Blogger.
  6. Clear cache in the browser, and restart the browser.
  7. Sign back in to Blogger.
  8. Try again.


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