I applied for Chitika quite some time ago - I think when I signed up for Shetoldme - and I just received an approval in my inbox. For HubPages. I checked the affiliate settings, and there's nowhere for a Chitika setting. I'm confused! lol
Does anybody understand what's going on?
Hi Rafini! I wish I knew the answer to this. I have zero knowledge or experience with Chitika, so I'm hoping others will see this and respond.
How're you doing?
I'm good, how're you?
5 more weeks til the end of the semester! I'm gonna make it!! lol
And I just signed up for next semesters classes, although I'm meeting with an advisor since I lost my list of preferred classes. And I don't remember how to check if the classes are transferable or not....plus, with everything online it's a little more difficult than looking at pieces of paper in front of you. (I swear I had more classes to choose from on my list of preferred classes...but what I could find online was very limiting)
I applied ages ago and just got approved, also.
There's nowhere to put it in hubpages, since it isn't an affiliate with them AND you can't put code on this site.
However I've just put it on a couple of my in-progress sites to see how it goes.
how did you put it on your in-progress sites? didn't the other sites have to be approved?
I'm going to have to check shetoldme, and blogger to see if I can figure out what I'm doing....lol
I have used Chitika for years as an adjunct to Adsense. It is not as good for me, but other people get better results. I do like that they pay by PayPal and if they do have a minimum, it is very low because I get something every month.
Their ads are very different in appearance from Adsense and the context is based on what the visitor was searching for, not what your page content is.
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