Google covers a large network of websites in different niches and languages. It's a code inside the websites that shows related ads based on niches and languages of websites. In order to make money through this program you'll need to sign up to this program and then the ads will generate you income. It's a very popular way for web masters today to use this program.
by Jim - 20 hours ago
LoudLaunch – If you have a blog you can blog about the campaign releases that interest you among their advertisers.
by SoBoy - 20 hours ago
each time someone clicks on your "ad" google ad that you signed up with assuming you osted an ad with them. ...Each time someone clicks on that ad. you are charged. 5 cents 50 cents 98 cents, depends on the words and placement of the ad When someone purchases from your ad whatever it was that you were selling you get paid. (that is if you have your clickbank paypal or whatever acct set up correctly to link to you as the seller.) Normally you get paid a percentage of the purchase price.
by zoomplanet - 20 hours ago
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