I asked a question to the forums. I was not getting approved for an adsense account. Good News with much determination The answer came to me. I appreciate Ali of your warm and welcome suggestions. I signed up with Google adsense with my very first email address. Then my network marketing dream went down the tubes I was not interested. That was in 2003 I believe.I canceled that email address's. I got another computer. I am aging myself here. I got gmail and yahoo and forgot about my first email address I used to get an adsense account. WHEN anyone signs up for adsense that will be your log in account and password for a very long time, unless Google policy changes. I had to call peoplepc because I had forgot my password. Thank God they gave it to me. It was a long process. Things started rolling around 5 months ago. I am sure I missed a 'few bucks' during this long journey. I suppose what we do not know will not hurt us right? lol
For all those that rose up to my need and support I am grateful. Thank You. Peace joy and Love in Twenty Ten. + + +
Much determination, indeed
That's quite a saga - I'm glad you struggled through.
same goes to every aspects of our life. just sticking for some time can make the difference. am happy for your victory over google wahala.
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