i am looking for followers too....but still am wondering when or how you get paid for this stuff if
at all i am so confused about this whole thing....can you hekp me?
You do not get paid by having followers. If you have good articles, you will slowly gain followers.
However, if you have introducted people to sign up for HubPages, you will get 10% of every ads revenue they get.
Therefore, number of followers does not affect your revenue at all
Hope this helps.
*if you need any help, feel free to throw me a question XD
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