I just joined a few days ago and still am not sure what the score is next the the hub. It seems to go up each time I look at it, but what is that all about. Also, I'm still a little confused about signing up with Adsense, Google, etc. I did sign up, but not too sure how that works. I hope this question hasn't been asked a million times. But just wondered if anyone could enlighten me.
Is a great place to start. Welcome!
by Jacob J Morris3 years ago
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by JohnKrantz7 years ago
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by Super Chef7 years ago
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