Good evening all, almost good morning here, haha. Anyway, I was wondering if there was a way to post a hub so that it didn't gain any profit for myself? I know I can take the adds off, but will that take away all profit garnishing?
Thanks in advance,
If you don't input your affiliates, all your earnings will go to Hubpages. If you turn off adverts on a hub, no adverts will appear, so no profits for anyone.
Curious why you'd want that?
Funny, I thought there was a box we could tick to send our earnings to charity. I can't find it now - either I'm dreaming or I'm thinking about another site!
Certain stories I would want to publish in the future are based off of copyrighted material. To garnish any kind of monetary gain from that kind of story is illegal. Basically, I wanted to publish such a story so that my followers could view it here on HubPages and I could legally post it here. However, I will seek an alternative posting measure so as not to step on any toes.
Thank you both for your help, and I apologize Marisa Wright but I cannot recall a button like that being available.
you mean you don't want the earning at all? That is weird...
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