I am from India and after much dilly dally Adcents has finally approved me. Though I only use Hubpages, because of those snobs I had to register my domain, post unique content(of course i didn't bother, bought some unique content to satisfy those morons)and even had to promote it a bit to gain some useless visitors. All these because I wish to buy a cup of coffee at the end of month from my time spent here on Hubpages. I am going to comply with their every Terms&Conditions to letter and see how long it takes them to ban me. I didn't find their attitude nice at all.
I think HubPages should give option of adbrite/bidvertisers to interested user. They also pay cents, but we don't need to look over our shoulder every know and then to see to see if our account has gone extinct or not.
As everywhere else there are some scam webmasters in India, but most are legit.Come on Big G, Bangalore is in India!
What do you all think about other affiliate's idea?
If you feel that badly about adsense you should remove yourself from the program instead of bragging about how you cheated them to get on in the first place!
And adsense don't just pay cents. There are plenty on here earning big bucks through adsense. Just because you aren't, doesn't mean to say no-one is.
WHEN DID I SAY I CHEATED THEM? I DON'T GET IT. Are you speaking about purchasing 2 or 3 unique content, I am not the only one doing it, I haven't done anything illegal or unfair and as long as the content is completely unique and not infringes ANY copyright Google doesn't bother whether ghost writers were employed or not.
Adrite/bidvertisers are rip-off networks when it comes to PPC traffic. Adbrite got one of the poor content filter in the industry and chances of adult ad appearing on family blog is more with adbrite than adsense. Try experimenting it on demo blog and tell me how much you'll get for 5k views with adbrite. I can understand your anger against google, so why not get into affiliate marketing ? It's much profitable than adsense for those who are good at PPC.
Oh they do, izzy. Adsense income varies a lot based on niche. Some niches only gets you cents even for 1k-5k views. Typical formula: write - drip-age-they'll come n click doesn't work on all niches out there.
I'm not sure why you're even bothering to do it at all if you feel that way.
I said already I won't mind some pocket change, but I think it might be a good idea for Hubbers if there is some other choice. I am not saying to replace adsense, just some lesser strict choise for those hubbers who don't expect to make a big income here( simply because of lack of time for promotion,keyword research etc keys to online money making).
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