Is it worth it for me To sign up for adsence.....
or other sources of income ? most of my hubs are poetry and short stories , or in doing so do I compromise future publishing.
Yes, it takes almost forever to make money, but I do and so will you.
I look at it this way. Why not? I certainly am not here to make money from Ad Sense however since most of my writings are poetry and short stories and not about products I don't ever expect to see much revenue coming my way:0)
If I did want to make more money from Ad Sense I guess I could sign up with another name and avatar and only WRITE about products, then possibly down the road I would see some decent income.
But I am satisfied with my status in life and my resources, also I have another website where I capitalize on revenue. Here is an interesting slant from a respected hubber. She certainly got my attention with this great hub of hers, have a read and leave a comment, tell her the Saddlerider sent you by for a read. It is a fun story.
I've heard of people who posted, mainly short stories, here, benefited from the feedback and then rewrote and took it down, without the publisher ever finding out. For more info on Adsense, you can check the forum for questions (there are a few), they have very good answers. There are also very useful hubs on Adsense available. You can search for them or check the forum, there will be links there too.
Yes it is. How could it not be worth your time if you write online?
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