Hey guys, thanks for taking a look. Here's my story... I have this blog at Google's Blogger (blogspot.com) which I put up back in late 2010 (if I'm not mistaken) to experiment and try my hand at Adsense monetization. For about a month, I did some on-site SEO which I've all totally forgotten, and did social bookmarking too, then I sort of lost interest and abandoned the blog. More than a year later, I opened it and thought I'd post some articles to get it going once more. I managed to upload 7 articles, but after a month I got tied up to urgent family matters, so I had to leave the blog again. I was away for quite a while until I thought about the blog early this year, so I went ahead and visited my Blogger dashboard and found Adsense earnings of about $93 there. Yes, $93 in a 3-year period, totally unattended (any promise there? or downright ridiculous?). First thing that came to mind was to post articles to revive the whole thing and get it to go over Google's $100 withdrawal threshold. So I started writing, and up to March 2015 I was able to post 16 articles, doing a bit of on-site SEO (like I used to but which I'm not sure if done correctly to mean anything) and social bookmarking (which all looked spammy to me) on each posting. I don't know, but I strongly feel like I'm not doing things right. Before I created this thread, my Adsense earnings from said blog is $96-something. And it's been pegged there for a while now. I'm knocking on the kind hearts of the Adsense experts here, particularly those who've been doing it with Blogger, to help get me on the right track. How do I troubleshoot my situation? What can you recommend? Thanks in advance!