Thank you for the information. I feeling that I should just delete this forum question just for safe measure. However, I cannot locate how to delete the question or even how to edit it. I'm also, going crazy trying to locate the infamous TOS.
Under your original post, there's two boxes. One says 'reply' and the other says 'more' and has an arrow. Click on 'more' and select edit. Then delete or change the part you want.
I've discovered that the edit feature is only available just after initially creating the post. My post went up 12 hours ago.
My reply tells you how to do it. I am not sure if you can do it now.. try it anyways.
If you cant ask Hp staff to do it they are sure to help you.
I have been trying. But I am not having any luck. I cant believe that I've just violated the TOS.
You didn't violate anything.
Look at the front page of HubPages or almost any other major rev share site. They almost all have success stories with people stating how much money they make with AdSense.
Well, I can say this much. The responses have made me feel better about my initail concern. However, I'm afraid In simply asking the question I created a new concern. Which is Violating the TOS by discussing my earnings.
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