It seems that hubpages transfer money earned from "HubPages Earnings Program", through paypal account ony, thus it does not cater to other mode of payment. And unfortunately, paypal service is not available in my country. So, I can not earn through hubpges ad programs.
But, what about Amazon and Google adsense? I have heard that they deliver you cheque, and if they also happen to send you cash through paypal - then writing on hubpages is a futile excercize for who are devoid of paypal service. Isn't it unjustified for those hubbers who want to earn but are denied of paypal services within their countries. I am confused, help me!
justholidays has given you the correct advice. You can still earn by associating your AdSense account (make sure you do NOT enable HubPages Ads) and with your own Amazon Affiliate account. You simply can not be paid by HubPages, which means you can't earn from the HubPages Ad Program or the HubPages eBay Program.
Here's our guide to associating your AdSense ID (remember to NOT enable HP Ads):
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/sign … d_13588180
And our guide to using your own Amazon Affiliate ID:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/crea … te-account
Hi Christy, thanks for your reply, you know not how much your response is appreciated. And thanks for telling me to disable hubpages' ads, since I can not have earning through those ads....I would be careful.
But I am confused as to what portion of earning might be affected in the given scenario since I can not have earning from hubpages program. Can you guess?
Is it possible that I use some one else's paypal account? One who is American citizen. That is enough for this time. Thanks
The impression split will still be 60% of impressions to you and 40% to HubPages.
I believe it is against the PayPal Terms of Service to use another person's account, but you will have to check with PayPal about that.
Thank you so much Christy, you are so nice and kind... I would definitely check with pay pal, but I would request hubpages to reconsider this business policies as people who want to writer passionately on hubpages may get demotivated if paypal is not available in their country..
Its just recently I started taking out time for hubpages, but this thing has just shaken me off.....but I would be writing as much as possible.
If you cannot use PayPal, you cannot be paid by HubPages. They have never wavered on this. HubPages do not care if your country is not served by PayPal, that's one of their firmest business decisions.
@relache, What about payments to be made by Google ad-sense and amazon?
Try setting up a payoneer account. (I have never written about this service but here is a link that might help. There are lots of others if this one does not give you the answers. http://hubpages.com/money/How-Nigerians … nt-Numbers ) It will give you a US bank account. Maybe you can use this bank account to open up a Paypal account in the US? I am not sure this will work but it may be worth a try.
@DrMark, thanks for your help, but I have heard that other affiliates pay direct such as Amazon pays by gift card credits or by check (your choice). Google pays by check or by direct deposit (your choice).
Its just hubpages ad program which only pay you through paypal.
I seriously doubt you will make enough off of Amazon here to justify your time here. Unless you have Paypal, you need to work on another site where you can use your Google adsense ID #. (Like a blogger.)
@DrMark, thanks for your reply, but I guess major chunk of earning is done through googe adsense.So, If I am successfully able to exploit google adsense. Perhaps, it is worth staying out here, by the same token, like you said I can use this google adsense ID to another website of mine.
Do not join HubPages ad program - the in-house one - just add your amazon affiliate ID in the accurate section and your Google Adsense ID. They will pay you through their own payment platform.
For Adsense you can be paid by cheque or bank wire.
Amazon pays by cheque, bank wire (USA --> this means that you can use Payoneer).
@justholidays, Thanks, I had this thinking to do the same, as both Amazon and google adsense have different mode of payment unlike Hubpages Ad program - the inhouse one..
I have not earned much as regards google adsense, but one wonders if majority of earning is done through googe adsense? Is that so...
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