Is Adsense active?
My adsense is active here but it seems I don't receive €€ for clics (I asked a friend to give one click just to test). Is here any problem? Thanks for your attention.
Adsense is working. Just that some ads are low cost and some even no revenue from clicks.
Pardon me if im wrong. Looking that you just joined, it takes some time to get the money rolling in.
Mostly takes few weeks to have the revenue start slowly rolling in. be patience..
Only 1 hub & 2-4 hours in hubpages and thinking about money. Please patient for earning money, if you doing any job then you receive salary after month. So, same condition here firt doing some good work then thinking about earning, please doing some work (here publish hubs atleast 30) for decent earning.
You can also read this hub for your adsense activation
http://hubpages.com/hub/Step-By-Step-Pi … Activation
quote* (Only 1 hub & 2-4 hours in hubpages and thinking about money.)
I just wanted to test Adsense mate..
Thank you all.
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