Is having .65 cents in your adsense account normal or do i need traffic and how do i get it?
please tell me step by step
It's normal if you just started your online venture, but you will definitely need to work on your adsense income.
You need traffic, so write more articles, hubs, make sure they are quality and not poor rewrites or spun articles. Do keyword research for better placement in the search engines, optimize your articles, link to them, publish your work and promote it using social bookmarks, connect with as many people as you can and do that until you start receiving decent amounts through adsense.
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