>>>You need to add a plinker to the syster and then you can start the yambulary."<<<
This is what the adsense for beginners reads like for me. They all assume that you are compter literate.
Words I don't understand.
I need to walk but I don't know where my legs are.
Yeah I guess it can be foreign if you just starting and just don't know. I'll try to summarize things real brief:
tracker - software or a system that tracks people visiting your site, clicks, etc.
url tracker - basically the same as above. Url is just a fancy way of saying your web link or web page address.
affiliates - SOPS - Selling Other Peoples Stuff and you get paid a percentage. That it in it's most basic form. I have several hubs about affiliate marketing that goes more in detail
templates - Your webpage design or background. Basically like different virtual wallpapers to change the look of your website
channels - Google Adsense let's you set up channels to track clicks, traffic and other details for a particular Url/weblink (It's like tuning into a TV channel to see what's going on). For some situations you can set-up custom channels to track a particular ad placement too. But for here at hubpages all you need to do is set-up a url channel -if you'd like- so that you'll know exactly how many clicks and earnings generating here as compared to other programs you may be involved in.
Welcome to HubPages ~ Hope this Helps!
Get code and put code in slot on hubpages - http://hubpages.com/help/googleadsense
The rest will come later.
You said, "Get code and put code in slot on hubpages "
I don't know what you mean. code. What is a code. Slot- what slot? I need baby food here.
Thanks for helping.
I have an adsense account I just don't know how to do anything with it.
If you read the link I added , it will tell you to go here -
And how to add your affiliate id to hubpages. All done
Mark- thanks for sticking with me a bit.
Multimastery- Your hub was great for understanding what adsense is, and that it is part of the whole in internet marketing.
I appriciate your time in helping me.
I think I need to pick one specific thing to learn and build from there. I am sure I will be needing the forums help again.
This is frustrating, It feels like I am in a 75 yard dash and my feet won't work..I will be stretching my patience muscles for a while...
See you later guys..: D
@The Real Tomato - Ok not a problem glad I could help!
@Mark - "My pleasure - hope it helped. If it is any consolation........ It gets worse "
Man that's cold
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