If all my earning programs are active does this mean everything is ok earning wise? I don't need to do anything else to make sure the earnings come through?
If all is showing active, then it is set. Of course you still need to work to generate more earnings by promoting your hubs. A never ending chore I tell you, but once you get a system down and do it with each hub published it becomes easier.
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