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I dont think i have to explain much...Just wanted to kno wat is the mode of payment of the amout shown in my affiliate page...
HubPages doesn't make any payments directly. All revenue is based on impression sharing, and you'll earn revenue through the adsense, amazon, and ebay affiliate programs. There is more in the FAQ.
what does the amout shown in this link mean???
Actualy im new to hubpages..I have an adsense id.
That is just an estimate of your earnings, the actual earnings are still from impression sharing and will be in your AdSense account. There is more explanation in this thread, including how we make that estimate, etc.
What difference does my adsense income has if i advertise my hubs with and without trackers?
I'm not quite sure what you're asking, but you'll make more if you use the trackers -- how much more depends on a lot of different factors.
I would suggest carefully reading the information at the links below.
Also, darkside made a nice hub that explains url trackers even better than we do.
OK...thanks anyways...I think i got some info...
Its enough for me to know that i will make more when i use trackers..
ah...one more thing...Does the no of visitors shown in the traffic section shows "unique visitors" ?
I have a google analytics account...But how can i enable that here...?
And teamhubpags, thanks for these lively answers..You are simply great..
We don't have step by step instructions yet, but basically you need to add a website profile for hubpages.com and then enter the new UA-#######-# code into your affiliate settings page. You should start getting data within a day or two.
I cant find an affiliate code in my analytics account....Where shall i get it?
Thanks Paul, Thnks Darkside...Im begning to love hubpages
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