Hi all, i am bit new here. Joined few months back.i just wanna share a small tip with newbies here.the tip is regarding ad sense account. It seems people need to write a lot of articles before getting in to ad sense.Direct ad sense account is not possible for starters especially people like me. So what you can do is create a you tube channel and upload few videos (created by you) and apply for ad sense.most of the time you will be in. Many people knows this. So this message is only for newbies like me. Thank you.
by hashem8604 years ago
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by Karen Hellier5 years ago
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