My daughter is seriously thinking of Hubbing - she doesn't have an Adsense account and we wee wondering if she could use my adsense codes on her hubs in order to build up to a level of earnins that we can actually withdraw quicker than if we had two adsense accounts. She will have her own independent Hub account.
Yes I've done this with my wife and HubPages have no problem with this (I checked with them).
Also if she signs up through you (with your tracker) you get an extra 10% of her earnings from HubPages share of the revenue.
Hey Mark and Rick - thanks for adcvice - we'll go ahead then
Mark - my daughter is 24 -
Just remember to set up both accounts on separate channels so you know how much your earning independently. Sounds like a good idea, twice as much content means you'll hit your pay out a lot quicker!
Just remember to get her to sign up through one of your referrals
WHoArtNow - thanks for the heads up about referrals - didn't know about that. i'm off to find how to do it ...
it shudn't be a problem...i think it's more profitable to have one google adsense account rather than having different accounts... it's a good idea and i think you won't face any problems
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