Does hp take a percentage of total earnings or just whatever was earned through hub?
After you’ve joined the affiliate programs from eBay, Amazon, Kontera, and Google, ads for these companies appear on your Hubs. Any revenue generated during one of your impressions (a click-through with Google, an actual purchase with Amazon or eBay) is 100% yours.
HubPages splits the impressions with you in the following way:
1. Your own Hubs: Hubbers receive 60% of total impressions.
2. The HubPages Affiliate Program: You can refer new writers to HubPages and if they become Hubbers within 30 days, you receive an additional 10% of their Hubs’ lifetime impressions.
3. Traffic Referral Program: If you send traffic to any Hub, you’re entitled to either 9% or 12% of total impressions. You’ll receive 9% if the Hub you’ve referred people to already has impressions allocated to an Affiliate. If there are no Affiliates, you’ll receive 12% of the total impressions.
Whatever is left from the splits above goes to HubPages. Note that these splits apply only to Hubs and User Profile pages. On all other pages, such as a referral to a Tag page or the HubPages home page, you’ll receive 30% on a traffic referral, with HubPages getting the rest.
Thank you I've read that, but what I'm asking is do they now take a percentage of the whole balance in the Adsense account(even from what income is generated from other websites), or only for the traffic activity for the hubpages. Not that there is much there now...Just curious.
Hubpages do not takes any percentages from a hubbers earnings it only shares impressions.
Whatever a hubber earns or hubpages earn from those page impressions goes to there individual account, so there is no question of sharing any money later.
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