my adsense account not count money. i have not understand why not count money to my adsense account.please any body know me how can solve this problem.
It takes more that 2 days before you earn money, and people have to click on your ads in order to earn.
Not to mention that your hub has no text thus no ads.
You have no content. It can take a few days, but not always unless you are new to hubpages and or adsense.
The problem can't be solved.
Until you have a hub that has more than "food is diat control afact the body" as the entire contents.
Unfortunately making money online requires a little bit of work.
Just as the say, it takes time. you shouldn't expect much when you invest nothing, so keep writing and please keep researching, it took me time, but i think if i can make it, you too can make it. i wish you the best brother.
I think there is space for improvement for you OR you can sit down for the next 100000000000 years and may you will earn a penny or so.
Well, that's a bit harsh! Can you edit it please, we're supposed to be supportive. I can give you a list of websites where you can insult people if you like.
Lucky.....Where do I start? I completely agree with you, but you really need to tone it down a touch in here. They will ban you in a heartbeat in here for that. If you keep it up, we're see you about every four days!
Bashir.......... You seem to be an extremely Honest Man!
You have Really been Truthful with us in your Bio.
How Long did it take you to sum yourself up?
"IAM VERY SIMPLE."
You have probably been told that you can mix it with the Big Words of the Literary World and that there is money in Food!
Did anyone explain to you about 'Flags' and how easy it is to collect them?
Your Entire Portfolio is Too Good for Adsense! You really should submit it to:
Santa and Claws Ltd.. Publishers.
Private Bag ONO
North Pole ItsPoo M8.
Hope This Helps.... Good Luck with your next article
You have only one Hub and it's only been in existence two days. It would be a miracle if you'd earned anything yet.
Are you sure you've signed up for Adsense, by the way?
That is one of the funniest I have seen so far.
I know I shouldn't make fun of the newbie but.
I think it was 3 weeks before I got my first adsense earnings through hubpages ... and then it was $0.01.
Some of my hubs have never earnt a thing. Some have earnt over $100 since I wrote them.
Write more hubs, learn how to promote your hubs, then (over time) you'll suddenly find that you've written some that are regularly earning money.
Only 2 days ago one click on one hub produced over $3.
Hubs + time = cash.
Oh dear, I hadn't read his hub.
Hey there meahbashir, this is what you have to do:
- read through these forums and look at the hubs of people who are doing well. See their hubs, how big are they? What do they do? How are they laid out.
- write an article of over 500 words on your subject.
- make sure it reads well
- write more hubs
hi, good day to all!
did you sign yet for google ad sense and other affiliates thats the third thing to do
second you need to write quality hubs
FIRST, you need patience
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