on hubpages, how do they give you the money you have earned? where on the site can you see how much?
Hubpages doesn't pay you anything. You check your pageviews and earnings on the affiliate sites. You make money though Google Adsense, Amazon, Kontera, and eBay saying you went and signed up for these services and put the affiliate code in your affiliate links on Hubpages. All you money comes directly from Google, Amazon, Kontera, and eBay themselves.
Actually hubpages does not pay us anything directly. I think you've not read the terms and conditions. Thats alright, i'll explain.
Once we start getting a good traffic to our pages, we earn from the advertisements. So, for that purpose, we should join those sites provided at the "affiliate" site under "my account" page. After that, u've to provide the id no:s from each site to the space provided. DONE!!.
Hubpages will automatically assign those advertisements appearing on your articles to the accounts on respective sites, and that sites will pay you for the clicks or product sales through your page.
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