I have just started a new blog and am wanting to know if anyone wants to join in. AdSense revenue can easily be linked to whoever writes the content so this ensures that if an ad is clicked while your content is getting viewed you get paid. Please note that you can write whatever you want but please check out some of my hubs like Make Money Do nothin, How to be A Success and USB sticks to see how I write and if this is your kind of writing style and would like to write on my blog please let me know.
what if i was rejected by adsense and don't have an account with them??
I'm sure that once you make a post or two you could then reapply for adsense and you should be accepted. I like your hubs though, so if you are still interested let me know.
I was rejecetd even after posting 10 hubs within 2 weeks and with more than 200 visitors in such a short time. I really dunno what they want. Anyways, what do you want me to do in order to join? Give me a topic to write?
Adsense money is not that easy to earn, I am told. Pittance, is that right?
Is Malaysia on the list of countries where you must have 6 months of history? I'm not sure, maybe someone else can help.
Ok, from now I will contact you via the email address that you registered through hub pages just so that we don't disturb all the people on the forums with the details. So I'll send you an email now regarding more info.
Cheers. Here is to making money without doing anything. Hahaha
Well, I am in and I do not know what I have let myself in for! Hahaha
You're new, so you might not know what you have let yourself in.
Jackson Riddle started another forum thread, "To those who have made no money on hubpages.", and claims that he will help "making it worth your while" if you seek his help.
Jackson Riddle might just be getting authors for his blog because he himself has nothing to write. He has no record of being successful, and yet in another thread he gives the impression that he can help you.
Just be careful not to do work that does not actually give you a reward. A worker deserves his wages.
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