It appears I sold an item for $12.54. It says on report revenue $12.54 then it says advertisers fee .50 cents which is my earnings? Also I see a message at the top of page saying. We need your paypal information in order for you to get paid.
I thought we got paid through the HP program? If so do I still need to add my paypal acc. info.?
Amazon earnings are still paid by Amazon at this time, and are not part of the HubPages ad program yet.
Don't quote me, but it seems as though you're earning are minus 50 cents plus whatever percentage you would get from the purchase.
Click the link to the purchased item; it should show around $12.54 (if often isn't exact, though). The purchase price is indeed $12.54.
If this is your first sale of the month the commission is (probably, depending on the item) then 4% of $12.54, or right at $.50. As UW says, this is what you will be paid.
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