I am very happy that my adsense had been approved last Tuesday but my problem is that I don't know how to use adsense. Is there any need for me to configure on my adsense account? Help!
Congratulations! That's a big step in making money online. Now, you need to connect your AdSense account to HP:
I would suggest that you sign up for the HubPages Ad Program:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubp … am-and-ads
I think you will make more money with the HP Ad Program and I've found no evidence from other Hubbers that this isn't the best way to go. (That is what I use.) The ads are posted automatically and once you follow the procedures outlined in the links, everything else will be done for you by HP.
Thank you writer fox. I already configured my hubpages ad program and I am earning already from it maybe $0.15-$0.40 a day. It was quite slow. And on my adsense it has views but very few. I wonder how to increase my earnings on adsense.
My experience is that earning from the HP Ad Program is more lucrative than the individual AdSense. To make more money, you need more traffic to your Hubs. To get more traffic to your Hubs, implement search engine optimization. Here are some Hubs about how to do that:
http://hubpages.com/topics/business-and … zation/936
Congratulations! This should encourage others from your region who have lost hope about adsense approval. That is very good news indeed.
Congratulations ! Keep it working fine. Don't try to click yourself, never buy traffic ...
Congrats on setting up your AdSense account.
I would like to offer advise for your case:
Always approach new monetization methods with criticism.
Yes, AdSense is Google; yes, many major sites use AdSense, but is that the most appropriate way for making money from your content?
In the article below I made a simple comparison on AdSense VS HubPages program as monetization methods and which performs better.
http://itknol.hubpages.com/hub/What-ear … Ad-Program
In any case, whatever course of action you take, here are some tips from personal experience:
1) When using monetization method A and plan to switch it with method B, record data for 1 month how method A performs. Change to Method B for 1 month and record data. Once the period ends - compare data of method A and B performance. This will give you a mathematically-proven answer to "Which method is better".
2) When displaying ads on a page use 1 method only. Example: use either Amazon Ads or HubPages ads. AdSense Ads or HubPages Ads. Not both.
Good luck on your endeavors.
Congrats! Just do one thing. Write, write and write more. The money will come.
Thank you so much itknol for the help and advices I will read it.
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