Seems like this could potentially be an untapped revenue opportunity, and might help better manage the affiliate linking.
HubPages had something like that a few years ago. I think they decided that it was too tacky and didn't generate enough additional revenue anyway. Then again, times change...
Historically, it's unlikely that HubPages is going to add a new revenue partner.
We know Viglink well. It's been a while, but we have tested them a few times in the past. It turns out that it's very little additional revenue. But, we may test again.
I like Viglink and hope it is added as another viable income source.
by Melanie Shebel2 weeks ago
Currently, HubPages earns 40% of ad revenue from hubs, giving users 60% of ad revenue. As a writer, do you feel like you should receive a larger piece of the pie?Would this increase your article output?I feel like I'm...
by x3xsolxdierx3x6 years ago
Hello,My name is Howie.I have done a tremendous amount of research regarding various offerings and elements of functionality/business models of the leading Web 2.0 revenue sharing websites. I've watched growth trends...
by Inspirepub9 years ago
I just had to share this because although it shouldn't, this actually amused me.One of our newer Hubbers:http://hubpages.com/profile/penisWhat I found most amusing is that penis has no recorded activity and hence no...
by Brett Foster17 months ago
Basically, I mean that us hubbers put countless hours of work into writing one quality hub after another which in turn increases hubpages revenue, which allows them to enjoy the fruits of its writers dedication and...
by Shadaan Alam3 years ago
I know nobody would declare his earnings but i think most of us are writing on a number of revenue sharing sites be it wizzley, infobarrel, squidoo etc. However in terms of revenue which has been the best site for you?
by ryankett6 years ago
The analytics report for the last calender month shows that my traffic comes from the following countries.United States 45%United Kingdom 13%Canada 6%Australia 4%Those countries all share a similar characteristic. Not...
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