Should I continue writing, if adsense is disabled?
On Saturday Night; in the wee hours of the morning, I got the email of ban-death. This is after a year working with adsense on my private blog, and a substantial amount of work here on HubPages in the past 4 months. My revenue stream for my sight is a bit easier to pick back up, but for HP...I just dont know.
Don't give up on writing here. You can always profit from Amazon and the Hub Pages Ad Program. It can actually be pretty rewarding. Give it a try.
Unfortunately the HP Ad Program requires Adsense to function. I will probably continue writing, simply because I am very goal oriented and stubborn. I've already planned out like 200 more hubs.
I suppose I will just have to monetize with Amazon and a 'Tip Jar'.
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