I heard that you can't add google AdSense until you have been on HubPages for at least 6 months. Is this true?
I have actually enrolled in the Amazon Associates program, but am not exactly sure how it works. I think that Adsense may be better, but they keep denying my application. I heard that you have to be on HubPages for 6 months before it will get accepted. Just trying to find out if that's true and (if anything) what else I can do until then.
by lillyrobertson8 years ago
Hi I am trying to add google adsense to my page. When I apply for google adsense, they request a website url. Which website url should I use?Thank you,Lilly
by Jaime Dawn Thompsland6 years ago
I joined HubPages five months ago but have just recently (like yesterday)began submitting Hubs. How long do I wait to add Google Adsense & what about the other types of affiliate options? I am sure this...
by bewhuebner6 years ago
I just got an email from the Amazon Associates program and because of Illinois' new tax laws, Amazon is no longer allowing IL residents to participate in the program. Now that's discouraging to someone who has just...
by Marina3 years ago
We're excited to officially launch the HubPages Amazon Program, a new way for you to earn from Amazon products on your Hubs! The Amazon Program offers a very high Amazon commission tier because the volume of sales...
by Mrinmoy Chakraborty2 weeks ago
So far I know if Google ban one's AdSense account, he/she cannot reopen the account. In that case how the niche or featured article can access Google AdSense? Probably it will not be allowed.So my question is how the...
by Michael Rickaby5 years ago
I'm a techno luddite. So maybe I'm missing something I should have read.I set up Google Adsense 7 months ago and it was working fine. Since payouts take a long time I haven't payed much attention to...
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