When do I get paid?
Am I doing something wrong,the reason why im not getting paid.
Are you logging into your affiliate accounts for Google AdSense, eBay and Amazon to see the reports? Those reports will show you if you are getting hits. And if you activate Google Analytics, then you can see where hits are coming from. This is a good indication of what is wrong. Generally hits from search engine queries are the best. Those are actually people looking for something, and they may be in a buying mode. That should get you started in the right direction.
No payments come from HubPages, they all come direct from the affiliate programs.
The first thing to check is that you've actually signed up for the various affiliate programs. If you haven't, then that's why you aren't getting paid yet.
If you have signed up for and been approved by the various affiliate programs, you won't see any payouts until you've earned the minimums set by each (AdSense, Amazon, eBay). They all work independently so it may take a while if you are new.
by kephrira 9 years ago
I believe that there are new laws being brought in in the US about publishing product reivews online, saying something along the lines that if you write a review and include an affiliate link you have to state that you get paid for sales made through that link. Does anyone have any more precise...
by TonyBooth 9 years ago
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by Ann Smith 10 years ago
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by butterflystar 8 years ago
I signed up for the Hubpage affiliate and Google Adsense.OK, Im seeing revenue for pages clicked for the Hubpages.But when i go into google adsense its Nothing? So Im wondering what I'm doing wrong? I tried to research it etc etc. So Im not sure. I have put my main hubpage and then a few of my...
by Missing Link 9 years ago
Hello,I have two hubs and the total views for both combined is 672. You would think I would have earned a penny or five cents right? But I have not. Am I doing something wrong? I do most of my article stuff on another site which does much better but it seems curious to me in...
by Laila Hashem 2 months ago
After submitting the form for an Adsense account, instead of being asked to login to my google account, I get this message:To continue setting up AdSense, you need to go to your host and complete the signup there. Please sign up directly from hubpages.com.the link takes me to the domain, and I...
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