Just start a basic account
start new account using your own tracker and develop this account!!!
60% share you is allowed on your basic account and 10% of your share is imposed on your new account,so a total of 70%
you can keep same publisher ids in both accounts.This is allowed in hubpages
:)This will greatly effect your earnings if you have more than 100 hubs!!
We appreciate it if you don't try and game the system. This can be done today, but we may implement a system where the affiliate cannot get credit for anyone that has the same adsense ID.
by Tilecleaninghub6 years ago
What are your opinions on the revenue sharing. Supposebly hubpages rotates the times that we get our amazon and adsense revenue. How can we be sure they are not taking a bigger chunk of our money then they...
by Disillusioned7 years ago
I have been writing at Howtodothings.com which, like Hubpages, shares 50% adsense ad revenue. This site has now stopped sharing this revenue with its members. I believe there is no official announcement to it....
by getpaidtopost7 years ago
HiIs there any plans for revenue sharing Adsense for within the forums, If not may i suggest this feature as it would be beneficial to us all.
by Susannah Birch3 years ago
Just got an email announcing that Bukisa is discontinuing their monetisation programs. But that's ok:"Bukisa will be up and running for your content. Despite the fact that we won't be able to offer revenue share,...
by shinujohn20088 years ago
I wanted to know whether the profile page also has adsense revenue share. Or Hubbers are allowed to get full revenue from Profile pages?
by andycool5 years ago
Dear fellow hubbers, I’ve a proposal to HubPages for the benefit of all our best quality hubbers. I know here at Hubpages we have a number of good quality hubbers who can write professional quality stuff... right?...
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