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Anyway, there are a lot of programs out there to earn money: affiliates, cpm, cpc, ...
Many of them are specifically for US traffic, so if your traffic is from US (or even Canada or UK) you have lots of options.
I repeat the same: try them.
Problem is, when I apply to Yahoo, they reject me based on "we are not accepting non-US applicants" or something like that. *I can't remember the exact wording though*
Yahoo doesn't even care about what content is on my website. They only care about my nationality. To me, they are no better than racists.
It would be different if you were paid in US dollars and followed US law. Perhaps Yahoo realizes its money is in the nations it is accepting new partners in.
pulling the racist card, shame on you.
If they reject me on the grounds that my site doesn't have content suitable for US users, I'll accept that. But if they reject me because I'm not one of the US citizen, that's just sux. Isn't there a law in the US that says bias is a crime?
I know when interviewers cannot be bias towards an applicant's sex, religion etc. How about nationality? Does it also include nationality?
If you want to be part of YPN that badly, contact the IRS and get a Business ID or Social Security Number.
It has nothing to do with nationality.
Also, I apologise for not picking the right words or terms to use when saying Yahoo is bias towards nationality. What I actually wanted to say is that Yahoo only opens its registration to people who are staying inside US. That's because it requires the Social ID or Tax ID, and I think it is almost impossible to acquire either one of those without actually being inside US.
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Yahoo wants publishers who deliver U.S. traffic because, at this point, it simply doesn't have the infrastucture to serve advertisers and to geotarget audiences outside the United States.