If I link my hubpage to my facebook, can I still get paid for when others click on it. Or does that put it out of pay.
"Facebook, twitter, and more" Oh, my!
If I understand your question correctly, yes, as in your hub earnings remain yours. Linking yourself to others is a good thing. Your hub revenue will not be taken from you.
You will get paid through Adsense when people click on the ad links in the hub, not when they click on it on Facebook.
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