after making a hub ,do i have to register in adsense or others to earn money. or will there be ads in hubpages readymade and do they share a portion to us if anybody clicks the ads.am waiting for your reply.thanks in advance
You have to register with Google to reap the benefits of Adsense.
Either way, adsense ads will be appearing in your hubs published, but you only earn money if you provide HubPages with your Adsense Publisher ID under My Account> Affiliates. You'll get that ID after you register with Google Adsense.
Here are tons of hubs written by other users on here to help you earn your full potential: http://hubpages.com/search/include:hubs+adsense+
You should read the HubPages FAQ on earning,
when i sign up for a hub and publish it i can see sponsored links in my hub. what are they.do i get paid when my visitors click them.kindly note that i did not sign up in any ad networks given in the affiliate settings.i am new to this so kindly help me guys
You should read the HubPages FAQ on earning,
Here's a few things to consider:
1) You should read the HubPages FAQ and also the Adsense Terms of Service. Not knowing the rules but breaking them will see a person quickly banned.
2) Also read the Adsense Programme Policies. Become familiar with what 'click fraud' is. I'm only mentioning this because often a person who signs up to a service and doesn't read the FAQ will make simple mistakes, which are frowned upon by the powers that be.
3) It will take a new person quite a while to make money. That is the nature of the game. Don't expect any payment within 6 or more months.
No, he just wants your girls to hold his hand and guide his every move
If you want to make real money force your kids into sports and train them as your long term investment!
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Turn-You … s-Cash-Cow
lol no guys .what i mean is WHY DO ADS APPEAR IN MY HUB EVEN THOUGH I HAVE NOT REGISTERED IN ANY AD NETWORKS
There's no need to shout (type in caps), we can all read you just fine.
How do you think HubPages pays for itself? Your hubs will show ads whether you sign up for any of the affiliate programs or not, unless you create the sort of hubs that are allowed to opt-out of advertising.
I am also wondering that how you find hubpages and manage to register here.
Its a complete mystery.
DID YOU EVEN BOTHER TO READ THE FAQ?
Two people linked to it.
"HubPages earns its revenue from these ads, so we split the impressions with our writers."
If you're not registered then they don't have to split the impressions.
Because HubPages earns 40% of the impreussions and you get 60%,assuming you've provided your adsense ID.
Since they don't have your ID yet, they are getting 100% of the adsense impressions.
When you provide them with your ID, you'll have ads displayed 60% of the time that you can earn from and they'll have ads displayed 40% of the time that they can earn from. Again, right now they're getting 100% of everything.
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