lately the forums have been a little down so I wanted to lift everyones spirits by allowing them to make as much money with adsense as they want.
$5 or $1000000, you decide.
The link below is a gag link that black hatters actually use to build fake adsense pages.
Im confident Hubbers will have fun with it and not use it for black hat purposes
I know some of you have seen this before but for those who havent have some fun and live some dreams.
This is just a fun link and in no way does it do anything for me so snip away if you want but at least let a few people have some fun first.
I have seen this before but what fun to make a million dollars a day from AdSense. Ahhh, that was nice, thanks Dale.
I too have seen it , anyway thanks for reminding it. It is an absolute amazing page.
Ah your all welcome, just thought it would be fun to have a little laugh for a change after the last few days in the forum
It sure does paint a nice picture doesnt it
no, haven't seen that one, only those with the guys who say they make mega bucks placing google links.
Wow. Thank, Dale. Hadn't seen that exact page before but suspect I've seen a few "results" generated with it.
Nice coverage of detail, too. When I did the "make your own page" thingie as instructed, I didn't think to include pennies, only dollars--and the program made up some nice, logical looking numbers for me.
Of course, the 58 cents yesterday and the 32 cents today that it showed are a lot closer to the truth if you just leave the dollars off completely!
Thanks for that! I am now an instant Google millionaire. I've just made my first million, and it's all thanks to you!
That's classic (and eye opening re: all those "Gurus" out there!...)
You are absolutely right and that is what new marketers have to watch for. I do just fine being honest with new affiliates. I will never be called a guru
That could be your new niche Dale - the world's first 100% honest affiliate marketing guru!
I have had gurus approach me to JV with them and share their lists. I have turned them down because when my partner and I started this 3 years ago we made a commitment to make money without black hat and without screwing anyone over.
It has been hard work but we do very well and we have kept to our word every step of the way
Haha that is great! I have been wondering how they are actually making that much money per day! Now I know.. Awesome hub!
Black hat will feed you well today ... white hat will will see to it your fed the rest of your life.
That is entertaining. Now I can prove how rich I really am.
What is it with the forums lately? So frigging serious - I have all but given up coming because I know the top ten threads are going to be all religious, all nasty and all some variation on:
Pleeze, pleeze, pleeze believe what I believe!!!!
I make 20k a DAY from people paying me not to make fun of their beliefs.
I totally agree that I am sick of all the religion posts in the forums as of late. But I guess as it stands right now they have the same rights we do and hopefully some formats will change. Until then I will just focus on the threads I want to respond to
Not to mention I am going to try and have some fun like I did when I got here four months ago
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