why do you only get a check after making $100 on Adsense?
im never going to get there(ive made $5) especially because i cant post on here about my blog(my questions get deleted when i ask if people like my blog, which is actually a question), i dont know where else to spread the word about it. if i never make it to $100, does that mean I won't get the $5??
- imisidroLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Google Adsense has always had the policy of sending out payments only when a minimum amount is reached -- in this case, $100. They do this because there are thousands and thousands of publishers, and it is a huge accounting task to send checks to every single publisher even if they earned only $5
I do understand your predicament, as it can take months if not years to actually see your earnings from Adsense.
I suggest you continue to write great compelling content in your blog. Build traffic to your blog -- not just posting here on YA but through a variety of other means:
1. Create great content – everything starts with great content. Think 'Linkbait" -- or writing about stuff that would be so great that people will want to link to you. It can be a news hook where you write about something that is contrary to what everyone else is saying; resource hook where you have the only information available or humor hook.
2. Update the content regularly – make your visitors come back again and again to your blog by providing daily updates (even multiple posts per day!)
3. Submit your blog to blog directories such as
4. Network with other bloggers – comment on their blogs, read and link to other blogs and request them to link back to you
5. Email other bloggers – pitch your post to other bloggers and hope that they will link or mention your blog
7. You can try pay per click programs such as Google Adwords http://www.google.com/adwords or Yahoo Search Marketing http://searchmarketing.yahoo.c... – though the key is to carefully track your ROI and which keywords actually perform well
8. Make sure your blog is indexable by the search engines - and make sure that your titles have great keywords that your target audience are most likely to use
9. Send out press releases. While outfits charge as much as $650 per release, there are free press release submission places on the Web. Press releases allow you to (a) attract media attention; (b) get more back links to your website without sending each website an email request; and (c) get more visibility especially if your press release gets in Google News or Yahoo News.
10. Submit articles with your blog posts. Write articles and submit them to websites accepting author submissions. You get exposure for your business; establishes you as an authority in your field, and allows you to get backlinks for your website. If 50 websites publish your article and it contains a link back to your website, then you easily get 50 links from a single article. The more links you have, the greater your chances for increasing your search engine rankings.Source(s): Resources for Marketing Your Blogs and RSS Feeds http://www.powerhomebiz.com/onlinemarketing/blogs....
- Ego FatigoLv 51 decade ago
You need to ask Google this question not Yahoo! ;)
Ps if you want help promoting your blog, then write some good entries on your blog about topical subjects. E.g 10 reasons why I think David Beckham sucks. Or 5 funny reasons why Americans are greater than Britains. It's about content - write the content, and the visitors will come. Just ask them to Digg the post.
- SusanLv 44 years ago
The site will not be making big money. Try a weight loss blog or something, the ad revenue will be more.
- pcbeachratLv 71 decade ago
If that is thier rules, and listed in the agreement..no you will get no money untill you reach the 100.00 if that is thier policy