Alright, I am officially in love with Hubpages.
I've had an Adsense account for years. I run a blog that gets some hits, but not tons.
But yesterday, I earned a whopping $0.37. For me, this is big. I've only earned about $11 over the past three years.
That's cool. I just started using Adsense myself and I'm trying to get hits on my blogs so this is inspiring to hear
Haha! I love your enthusiasm. I applied for adsense and was rejected for insufficient content. Now I'm writing one article per day until I reach 15. (Only 8 more to go now! ) Then I'll apply again. My priority right now is to get the freaking adsense account. And finally after that I can look forward to earning. A few cents first....baby steps, my friend, baby steps. Cheers! Wish you many more dollars to come!!
Progress in earnings is a good thing. I'm glad you see it as a positive. Good for you!
Baby steps indeed, but baby steps can become long strides.
Congratulations - you've made a start that can grow considerably.
I dont kiss and tell, but i want to share this. I joined roughly ten weeks ago, i dont do any keyword research, all i do is type in the phrase and use the ones with low competitons. I checked the ads account today and i saw €20 it's was really inspiring. I will be spending more time on here after my exams.
Congratulation Pmiles and Adeaugustus. I can imagine how you both feel.
This is only the beginning of better earnings to come. Trust me.
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