How do I find out how much money I'll earn from the hubpages affiliate program? I know that I will get a certain amount each time someone signs up and creates a hub... how do I know how much I'll get from those impressions?
Hubpages itself is not an affiliate program.
You have to be signed up to Amazon, Ebay and Adsense. They have stats to keep track of clicks/sales.
Unfortunately there's no easy way to know how much of your Adsense income is coming from referral impressions. But I've been assuming this works -- all of my regular websites and my hubpages I have set up URL channels. I figure any clicks that then don't come from those channels are coming from referral impressions.
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