Do you think earning with AdSense is the best solution for earning money online?
I can put in this way. It is one of the solution for earning online. Unlike other online earning option, it is not a marketing. So, I think Adsense is one of the finest way making online money.
I think earning money online from Google Adsense is not only the best but the easiest option for anyone who can write well on a topic or maintain a website.
It is one of the easiest option for a beginner who can join Hubpage or similar site or start a blog on a subject of his/her interest and start making money. There is no need to be a marketer. There is no investment, although earnings are not that good but its a risk free option.
Google Adsense is also good for those who love to concentrate on a single job, like making there site useful for visitors, with adsense they can do there job, as adsense will do its on its own.
If we look at the stats of people who are making money online (small or big) we'll find that more than 90% make money from Google Adsense. Failure rates with Adsense are also very low as every one earns something for his/her efforts.
As long as it's not your only earner, because if you lost it you would have nothing.
by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
What are your best tips for earning money online by writing poetry and short stories?Writing creatively online is one well known way NOT to make money. But some people do manage to. What are your tips?
by santosardee 9 years ago
aside from google adsense, are online job real? are they gonna pay you?
by Jcamdir 5 years ago
Let me be honest with you, I joined Hubpages in the hope that I will be able to earn some extra income to supplement my college expenses. I know there is no such thing as easy money and I shouldn't expect to live off my earnings on hubpages. But, If I get a good number of my hubs featured, how much...
by lauragee 5 years ago
I've been away for a while, but didn't we used to be able to see how much money we had earned by article? I can still compare the views on my articles, but I know that the income per view can vary a lot. Is there any way to get this information?
by Laurel Rogers 8 years ago
I assume we all love to write, but what with the Google 'adjustments,' it seems there's an implied mass exodus. Or perhaps all the grumbling going on is simply the yearly cycle of discontent. Folks crave the attention at times. Hell, so do I.This isn't exactly a rant, although I...
by BaizBlogger 5 years ago
I'm getting tired of seeing that I've earned a little money (okay, very little money) every month, being told that I do have an Adsense account AND my Hubpages posts are linked to Paypal, yet I don't get any deposits.I thought for sure I'd find an answer to this issue in the forums, but I haven't...
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