Does anyone else find this question annoyingly frequent?
I am referring to the question I see more often than any other: People asking about why they are unable to get Google Adsense approval and benefit from the earnings program. This is a legitimate concern, but one that is more appropriately dealt with by a quick reference to the FAQ section or the forums. Furthermore, the very frequency of this question indicates a large number of people who care more about revenue than any other aspect of writing on HubPages. Thoughts?
I, like many writers love to write. It is my goal to be a professional writer. I enjoy this site but I also want to make this my job, so I understand others who want the same.
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