Can you tell me, in the referral trackers under referral views, where are those shown with regards to getting paid for those impressions. I have read that we get either 9% or 12% depending on if there were other affiliates already referring people to that particular hub .Does this number go into the daily earnings count? Or is this somewhere separate?
From my understanding and from the referrals I have done, the earnings simply slide into our daily earnings. I have found no record of the "amount" made from these earnings.
by Dorsi Diaz5 years ago
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by Carol Morris2 months ago
I managed to pin one of my hubs on Pinterest a while ago, but today when I tried to pin another I got this message: "Sorry! We blocked this link because it may lead to spam." Could it be because this hub...
by Cardia4 years ago
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by healthmanager4 years ago
My friend wants to sign up for hubpages and he asked me for a link. But I have been trying to set up a referal which can't seem to work. I followed all the steps, but when ever i try my referral in my adress bar, the...
by Luis E Gonzalez3 years ago
This may seem like a dumb question coming from someone who 's been here almost three years but if for example I have 500 visitors and 824 page views, which set of data is used to calculate HP Ads/ Adsense income???...
by magnifique1003 years ago
Does a hubber have to earn a certain amount of money in order to be paid? If so, how do they get paid? Do they pay through PayPal, snail mail, or other venues?
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