Do Hubpages.com pay $$ to their hubbers for writing articles on the website?
'Came across Associated Content which pays for the articles published by their members.
No, Hubpages does not pay you. You get paid by AdSense, Amazon and Ebay.
Associated Content only pays US members directly, others earn by page views.
triond.com is similar to associated content which pays out after you earn $0.50 from advertisments
You get paid by whatever advertising program you have set up. For example, they give you 6 and keep 4 of every 10 impressions from google ad sense. You get paid the full amount for the clicks you get while your ads are being displayed.
In short, you share the revenue with hubpages. Thats how they pay to host the content, optimise the site etc.
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