Please read the terms of service over at Google. By doing this you would be getting a lot of peoples accounts banned.
Google doesnt take lightly to click fraud and for that fact neither does HubPages.
This is totally not legal so please refrain from taking this route. many people make very good money at Adsense and that includes no click fraud. If you learn all the finer details you to could make great money.
Try to write original, true and interesting hubs! Include usefule pictures, useful links and make sure your hub is not copied or stolen. I think you'll be fine this way...
I can only imagine what the first deleted post said.
As Dale said, read Google's ToS.
For goodness sake, read the instructions.
I wont repeat what the first post said but I will say its actually quite funny when people are so quick to go after Google even though they are breaking all the rules.
Making money with Hubpages is a good Idea, but I think if you do what you like and there is a chance to make some money you will make money. The reason you have to write about things you like because your passions will come out and if you are interested everybody else will. Hubpages will make you money just write about things you enjoy and do not give up.
by healinghands1668 7 years ago
So, I've heard about click fraud, and I know not to click my own ads, but when it comes to friends and family, how broad does that go? Is there anyone in particular I should tell NOT to click the ads on my hubs?
by Techtree 8 years ago
According to google, Indians and chinese must own website and domain must be registered for six months atleast before applying in Google Adsense?Please post your valuable comments. It will help Indians and chinese hubbers to meet with reallity.Thanks!
by nakmeister 7 years ago
I have absolutely no intention of ever doing so, but has anyone any idea what does count as click fraud? i.e. 1 click, 2 clicks or lots? I can imagine it isn't that difficult if you do adsense long enough to at some point accidentally click on one of your own ads then your future earnings could be...
by DasEngel 2 years ago
This one is going to be fun! What I've observed on the forums is that there are a few, kind of unwritten cliques of hubbers who consider themselves 'experts' in almost everything and kind of try to 'educate' newcomers as if one must submit before them because these veteran hubbers have won Nobel...
by pankaj(panki) 7 years ago
I have activated adsense in affeliate settings on hub pages.but there is no increment in earnings when there are valid clicks.
by kathleenkat 6 years ago
I like to check Hubpages on breaks at work. Now, I can't access my Hub feed because a Hubber chose to write a Hub about drugs, and Hubpages hasn't caught onto it yet. My organization is pretty fair on what it blocks/allows. Usually blocks things about gun violence, cults, and drugs. They also only...
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