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Raking in the Buck

superflippy (442879) writes | more than 9 years ago

User Journal 2

Have you seen the stories about bloggers making piles of money with Google AdSense? Back in March, I decided to see what would happen if I put text ads on my blog, which nobody reads and which is rarely updated. Today I am happy to report that my ad revenue has finally passed the $1 mark! W00t!

Have you seen the stories about bloggers making piles of money with Google AdSense? Back in March, I decided to see what would happen if I put text ads on my blog, which nobody reads and which is rarely updated. Today I am happy to report that my ad revenue has finally passed the $1 mark! W00t!

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It's worse than you think. (1)

turg (19864) | more than 9 years ago | (#13182000)

It's against the TOS to put Google AdSense ads on a blog without specific permision (which I presume is only forthcoming if it looks like you're one of those people who makes alot of money at it). So you haven't even made a $1.

Re:It's worse than you think. (1)

superflippy (442879) | more than 9 years ago | (#13188044)

No, I officially signed up with AdSense, got an account and everything. And it's my blog, on my web site, that I pay the hosting for. If that doesn't count as permission, I don't know what does.
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