Blogspot is a good place to start. You can right a simple blog for free and put adsense on it from day one. You can also do it through wordpress as well.
If you want to succed at Adsense in the long run, you need to provide quality content in a specific nieche that has a lot of searches but isn't saturated.
Quality and useful content is the key
Blogspot does and hands down is the best one I've found. Squidoo is a real pain with a slow interface, and Weebly is too limited in what you can do.
by Eaglekiwi 10 years ago
I am trying to find a way to get traffic to my hubs , sometimes it looks ok and shows potential ,then just falls away (drops off the radar)Also sunforged mentioned using tailgate keywords. Are they keywords that follow right after each other ?Yes I use Google keywords tool thingy ,though never...
by Brianna W 8 years ago
I have tried a few but they are either too difficult to understand how to get started, or just plain not as good as Hubpages.
by cashmere 10 years ago
And without even mentioning my name as the author.The photos on the hub were also copied and include snaps of my son and me.How do I report this guy?Can I get adsense and blogger to ban him?If yes, what do I need to do?
by Carol M. Deal 7 years ago
AdSense account not approved because it is associated with BlogSpot. I have deleted my BlogSpot account, and am trying to associate AdSense account request information with HubPages, but when I go to the AdSense site, it won't let me make the changes. Any suggestions?
by sandra rinck 10 years ago
I want to do something new with my website by offering free websites but I need a volunteer to test it out and see how it works. If you are interested let me know. It should work like blogger or google sites but not limited to cheesy templates, should have full access to all of...
by Joan King 8 years ago
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