So I keep reading that you will get paid for people clicking on videos on your hub--who does? I don't see it in the affiliate section of "my account". How do I post these videos? I don't see capsules that clearly indicate how I can add videos.
Can someone please help me? Thank you
You can earn with youtube videos but not at hubpages. You can get affiliateship from google but this provision is for pasting html code at your website or blogs at sites like blogger.com. Since html code can not be pasted in the video section, you can not earn displaying video at hubpages. In fact, google displays ads on top of videos and when visitors click on these ads you earn some money.
Can US adsense people not use adsense on youtube videos?
You can use the Revver video option and get paid per impression here. I've been meaning to get into Revver more myself!
you get paid for video views at metacafe...you would have to upload your own video though, then you can use that video in hubs, which would increase your video views
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