Hi, I've just joined the Hubbers before realising that it is all in American speak! I'm English, and living in England are Uk hubbers allowed to join - my email account is a bit misleading as it is a .com not .uk. If I am allowed in am I still able to make money from my hubs?
Adsense, Amazon and Ebay accept affiliates from most countries in the world, definitely the UK
Hi ludlow, i reside in the south of england and am making money from hubpages,not much but it is growing month on month,dont see why you wouldnt be allowed in.
HubPages has hubbers from many parts of the world who are also making money.
I joined when I was in New Zealand ,so yea if ya got power lines yer in like flynn
With Amazon, you can have an affiliate id for the US and one for the UK. You can't have one id for both. I use the UK id on my website/blogs and the US one on Hubpages. If you have a US id from the UK I'm not sure they pay out real money - they might send you a gift certificate or something. Haven't checked it out as haven't earned enough to worry about it!
Iam a Cameroonian studing in Sweden iam in hubpage because i know it is open to every body no matter your location.welcome to hubpage community.
You can choose to be paid either by gift certificate or by cheque. The cheque is in US dollars so check out how much it will cost to bank it before you pick that option!
I'm in Australia and earn money no problem - so you should have no trouble in the UK!
I'm in the UK and AdSense pay my money direct to my UK bank account in Sterling. The UK payout rate is £60 so at the end of the month if your total is over £60 you get a payout of the balance. In other words if you earn over £60 a month you get a payout every month.
It takes a while to start earning but stick with it because my earnings are growing quite rapidly now although I don't write that many hubs.
I'm also in the UK. when I first joined Uk hubbers seemed to be very much in the minority, but there's plenty of us here now. BristolBoy even wrote a hub listing some of us. You'll have to stick around a while to make any money, but it's fun while you're waiting.
You are lucky that you live in the UK and not Bumble Town like me mate. It takes alot longer to set up all your accounts here as we aren't that civilised.
If you want to be on the net here; you have to splice into the telephone line 53 miles away; and make sure no one sees you do it. Plus getting paid is cool: As long as you have an honest carrier pigeon that knows how to get here.
Good Luck.... The pays good.. If you write sense, they'll match it with cents!
Pearldiver - you really do live in Bumble Town! I checked your profile. Funniest post I've read in a long time Well done!
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