Please help someone!!
I want to remove Chitika ads from my blogspot blog: <link snipped> so that I can apply for Google adsense. Can anyone here suggest me how I can do this?
Thanks in advance
Hi Jasmeetk, you dont have to remove chitika ads if you want to apply fr adsense since you can run both on your blog. Google allows this
ok. I have removed chitika gadgets from my blog, but want to confirm once that if there is any other requirement to disable chitika on my blog.
None that I can think of. Just visit your blog as an outsider (not logged in) and make sure that the ads are not showing?
You will have to use a Gadget to put the adsense ads on your blog ?
@agvulpes...I have not received approval from adsense yet. So I am not sure that I have to use gadget for ads or it is automatic
Sorry I misunderstood your original post. I was under the impression that you had been approved by adsense.
I am pretty sure that until you have an Adsense account there is no way of putting Adsense Ads on your Blogger blog. The only sites I know of that pay without an Adsense account are sites like Bubblews, Teckler etc. There you will need at least a PayPal account?
Someone else may have a better suggestion ????
hi Jasmeet, I have also chitika ads in my blog <link snipped>...I don't think so that you need to remove the chitika ads from your blog. You can visit this for your confusion.... https://support.google.com/adsense/answ … ds....hope it will help.
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