I have probably missed this in the turorials/FAQ, but if you do not reach US$50.00 a month on the HP Ad Programme, do the earnings accumulate until it hits the magic number?
Woohoo! At the rate that I earn money from HP, I can afford a hair cut in about six years
Good thing I am here for the writing and community and not the money!
The add program accumulates fortunately. As of now I'm making 10 dollars a year. I hope by the end of this month it will be better than 10 dollars a quarter. That was supposed to be funny.
I think that the more valuable hubs we write the more we will ultimately make. I am shooting for 200 hubs with hopefully over 100 000 views.
by laservader5 years ago
Do you have to make over 50 dollars to get money from hubpages.
by janesix3 years ago
Why take more resources than you need to be comfortable? How many cars or jets or mansions is REALLY enough?Is it wrong to take more than your fair share?
by Wayne Brown6 years ago
You just won ten million dollars in the lottery, what do you do now?
by Andria6 years ago
Can I?I have a couple of smaller accounts. As Amazon currently operates, my earnings go into one pot. From what I can understand, that won't happen once HP take over my Amazon. Or am I wrong?If I'm not, why not? I am...
by Don Bobbitt2 months ago
I have been using HP for over 7 years now, and I do make a few bucks from my writings. I can say that you will never get rich or even make a living off of HP, but you can make enough to, as I tell friends, "go out...
by Don Bobbitt17 months ago
OK, I've been around this site for a few years now, and by now I'm used to HP and their continual evolution to be a profitable site acceptable to Google. That's right, in case the rest of you didn't know this, HP and...
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