I wanted to sign up for Adsense before putting up my first Hub, but after reading it seems like that's a bad idea until I've published a few. Anybody have any tips on when to sign up so that Google is most likley to approve me?
Is it the same deal with Amazon affiliate, or can I sign up for that anytime?
I assume I can go back and add my Adsense code to Hubs I crated before I was approved. (?)
I'd recommend writing 5-10 quality hubs before applying to Adsense.
Amazon sign up is easy and they take nearly anyone, anytime.
You don't need to add any Adsense code. You simply link your account on the affiliate page and HP will insert your code (for 60% of views) on every hub on your account.
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