can any one tell me how much money is paid by the google adsense for writing an article??
The pay is based on the number of people who click their ads, not per article.
You don't get paid for the number of articles you get paid per clicks. When someone clicks on an ad on your article then you get money. You also get so much for page impressions, but its not as much
Should you put it all in one account? I'm afraid my bank might close and I would lose my money.
No, nobody can "teel" you without your permission.
No means no!
I'm gonna be nice here and just say - after many, many, months and many, many articles and many, many views then, if god loves you, you will get some people clicking on the ads and then after many, many more months you will get up to $100 in your share of the ad revenue (more if you sign up for Amazon, maybe) and you will be so happy you will come back to the forum to brag about it and celebrate and then the rest of us will shun you and try to make you sick with fotos of fat men and zombies and sick ducks and yet you will still write - then you will know for sure - das bin ein Hubber!
I've not checked my account today....stopped after month, oh I don't know, ONE....after making 8 cents. They don't call it adCENTS for nothing. I'm runnin a business here.....
Ha ha adCENTS! . . . . I dont know what I'm laughing at, not really a laughing matter . . .
Its true though. I gave up on the dream 7.5 mos ago.
So, once again we take a serious question and turn it into a charade
was it really THAT serious a question though, Stimp? I mean really?
so, where is my money, huh? My pal, Zombie Monkey may have something to say about that!
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