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Earning Programs-I'm confused
Each earning program appears to have 1 and two conditions attached to them, one being AdSense approval. Since I'm new and have 3 hubs so far, I have been declined by AdSense for insufficient content. My question is: does not being approved by AdSense mean that I cannot participate in Amazon, eBay, or Hub earning programs until I am approved? Why is AdSense associated with the Amazon, Hub and eBay programs anyway. My tax info is approved and my Paypal account was set up fine. I'm confused about this policy.
Maybe this will help:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/maki … y-HubPages
The HP ad program, eBay and Amazon are all "internal" programs which means you don't need to open up your own accounts individually and you also earn higher commissions.
There is an external Amazon account option, but most newbies are unlikely to earn from using it until they know what works to encourage clicks.
You will average about $2-6 per 1,000 visitors, so at this stage it's unlikely you are missing out on serious money. So just work on building up content, then apply again.
Content increases in traffic with time.
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