I had joined HP last week and I want to participate in Cook Book Contest.But I don't have google ad-sense account.The reason is still i don't apply for that (because, in there is condition in google adsense that the account should be six month old for Indian writer.So if I apply , may got rejection from their side). So what should I do? My recipe is not consider for the contest? Is there any other way out, please let me know?
by Paul Edmondson2 years ago
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by Andria4 years ago
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