I have tried to do the affiliate thing with Google adsense.....by adding their ads to my website, but I havent had any luck getting it to work, so I gave up on it. So my question is....is that the only way to earn money on this site, to sign up as an affiliate to Ebay, Google and Amazon, or can you earn money by creating hubs, linking to others hubs, posting to this forum? I just dont get the concept of the whole thing.
the concept is:
You create a hub (that becomes something like your website) and you enter your adsense-amazon-ebay id's to your hubpages account. Your ads are shown on the site half of the time. You can check those hubs I've written if you'd like to have more information.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubpages-A-Writ … Make-Money
Then you have to gain some traffic boost up for the hubs you've written.
http://hubpages.com/hub/TOP-TEN-SOCIAL- … E-REVIEWS_
I hope those help..
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