If I like a page of my fellow hubber and share it with my facebbok and some one visit that page and click something and revenue generated will that revenue be shared?
who will earn that revenue?
can someone clarify this point?
I don't think you receive any revenue unless you own the hub. Helping each other out still benefits you because they might reciprocate.
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