You can send your best hubs to me.
And I'll get you traffic.
Can you do anything in return? Suggestions?
I have no idea about what you may "try" to do, but placing hubs on link farms will only pull down a hub and sub-domain in searches, so increasing the views will not matter.
Schemes to exchange traffic are against Adsense TOS.
Therefore if you're going to do it (which I don't recommend), it's wiser not to advertise the fact on a public forum.
Who said anything about schemes?? Do you people always assume so fast?
You offered to get traffic for people if they offered you something in exchange. That counts a scheme, even if it's only the two of you.
I know it happens - go to Fiverr and you'll find plenty of people offering to do it. I'm just pointing out that you do risk your Adsense account if you get found out.
Adsense is a bunch of crap. Adsense doesn't make sense!
I will be in touch and what I will barter with you.
There's a lot that's crazy about Adsense, not least their prudishness. However, if I don't have an Adsense account, I don't earn money, so I'm not going to do anything to jeopardize that account. Neither should you - you can't earn anything from your Hubs without one.
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Clicks comes in when I least expect them to. The only way to find out if I have earned anything is to keep checking my google adsense account.
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