Starting with Google Adsense
28 02 2014 - Chris
Once your website or blog has a stable number of several hundred visitors per day, you could sign up for an Adsense Account.
It doesn’t really depend on the number of visitors, but the quality of your content.
There are several rules to keep, but if you have a non-adult legal site with unique content, there should not be any problem.
1. Apply with one site or blog (later you can add as many sites/blogs as you want), which gets manually approved.
2. You postal address and data must be confirmed (Google will send you a postal letter).
3. There is nothing else to do, just learn how to create campaigns when you log in the first time and put the ads (codes) on your site.
A barrier for beginners may be the payout threshold of $ 100, - what can take up to several months in the beginning. Don’t worry, if you go on working on your site/blog you will reach that threshold every few days, month by month. No matter how long it takes to reach the threshold, the Adsense Account balance doesn’t expire.
Check disbursements seem to be the only choice in Nigeria at the moment, so be sure that your bank accepts Google checks. It can take up to several weeks till you get the money into your account.
I’m optimistic, sooner or later Google will realise bank transfers in Nigeria too. We just need to make enough cash flow to make it cost-efficient for them.
One personal word: When investigating the Nigerian internet, I found a lot of Ads (scam?) where people buy and sell accounts. I wouldn’t advise you to use such offers - once you are banned, it is nearly impossible to get a legal account. Secondly, if the account doesn’t belong to you (third party data in it), who is the owner of the money earned?
Use proper data, don't fake clicks and stick to the Adsense program policies. If you wish to have a real business, work fairly, and your business confidence will grow followed by your user number and partners.
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