Hi, I'm a new guy.
Sorry if it's been covered already...I've seen some posts that have kind of addressed it, but couldn't find any direct answer...
I applied for Adsense, but didn't realize until later that I may not qualify anyways (it's been a week, no response back yet). So, since I'm very new (less than 6 months) and don't have much material online yet, if Adsense rejects my app, is there any other way to earn on HP?
I was going to try the eBay program, but it looks like I still need Adsense to sign up for that. And HP says not to sign up for the Amazon program because that's about to change.
So what can I do?
Thanks for the help. Chris
You can earn through Amazon. Its been a while since i registered so I' not sure if you qualify. Go to the site and check out their faq.
That is true for the time being, about Amazon. I had not thought about that, however, soon, Amazon will be paying out through the HP program which requires the Adsense.
Not quite, you will be able to use your own Amazon account with text lonks only. But, there is still no word on when Amazon will be added to HP Ads
That's what I needed to know. Okay, so I'll just keep writing and posting til Adsense approves me.
Thanks for replying!
I do adsense I dont do e-bay for personal reasons - I got sick of em and their excessive fees they just got too greedy for me - I do do webstore for my auctions which I believe is going to surpass e-bay one day anyway - personally I do very well with the hubpages ad program - its a good program try it out!
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