Can someone please tell me how to determine whether my Adsense income is coming from by own website / blog or from the hubs here?
The income seems to come from Adsense for Content as opposed to Adsense for Domains. Does this mean the income is only coming from the hubs and not my own website / blog?
by DJ3 years ago
I tried signing up tonight as an Amazon affiliate, and ended up with an error message telling me that thid program was not allowed in North Carolina! I've seriously lost an opportunity to make money this...
by easyspeak6 years ago
The assumption with creating hubs for adsense is that it will eventually become passive income. Which means that the more content your write, the more you build on that passive income.This also should mean that...
by Melanie Shebel5 years ago
I used to use the revenue to pay bills, but am now living back at home with my parents so my bills are much smaller. I plan on using my revenue to move to California where I can get a higher paying job and hopefully...
by RAJKISHOR SAHU6 years ago
Hello all my hubbers, this new year 2010 brought drastic change in my Adsense revenue. I have noticed that from this month my Adsense income is not like as it used to be. I mean click vs. revenue. It suddenly changed,...
by Paula Atwell7 years ago
I am really happy with the performance of my hubs so far. I am making incremental Adsense income every day now, as well as occasional purchases from Amazon. Making a believer out of me.
by apriyojit3 years ago
If you apply for adsense through hubpages, that would be a hosted account. In order to use that adsense id on your blog, you need to submit that blog to google for verification. Once that is done, you will be able to...
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