Hi I am new here and need to know if I answer a question do I get paid? Thanks Sophia
No, Hubpages works as a revenue-sharing publishing platform for articles. You write an article, sign up for Adsense, and you will receive money when people click on the ads. You can add an Amazon.com module, too (or an eBay module if you are lucky enough to have an eBay account).
Have you signed up for Adsense, Amazon and other programs?
Have you published any hubs?
Have you got quality traffic to any of those hubs?
You'll need to answer yes three times to these questions before you can expect any kind of revenue.
Wouldn't a new hubber do better if they had a few decent hubs published before they applied to all the affiliate programs?
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