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HP only pay you directly if you are signed up to the HP ad program. You can configure Hp ads in your account section. Amazon pay you for any Amazon sales you make, and Adsense pay you, like Amazon, when you have reached a certain threshold. Those payments do come via HP but via Amazon and Adsense.
I believe you earn from your Adsense account, and other aggregated networks.
Write ten hubs or so, each of a decent length of at least 500 words, making use of a variety of capsules including photos or videos.
Then you will need to apply to Google Adsense for an account, and also making an application to Amazon as an affiliate is a good idea too.
Once you have an Adsense account, you can apply to join the Hubpages Ad program.
You can read all about it here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/signup-AdSense
Hub pages pays you monthly. You must earn $50.00 dollars or more before Hub Pages pay. Hub Pages pay via pay pal. If your earnings each month do not reach the $50.00 then Hub Pages roll your earnings forward and pay out when you reach the $50.dollar barrier. I hope this helps.
Hp ads will pay you through Paypal, but you have to reach the threshold which is $50. Amazon and Adsense will send you a check when you reach their threshold, and I can't for the life of me remember exactly what that is at the moment.
To begin with I don't think you're a real person. Secondly you can study the learning center and the help sections just like all of us had to do. Then maybe you can write like the rest of us.
Looking forward to seeing some real hubs.
Read the learning center guide lines here at hub pages and also look in the FAQ's. All the questions you are asking are in there.
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