Who will get the revenue when some one ask a question & Someone Answers?
Theirs a option on hubpages that Ask a Question. Theirs i am asking that When someone post a question then some ads shown below. Who will get that ads revenue. Details plz
It's my understanding that HubPages gets the revenue from Q&A pages, so that people don't endlessly post nonsense in an attempt to boost their earnings.
Relache: It sure seems that has not stopped nonsense postings. :-)
Relache, if we move our questions to our sub domain then the person who asked the question will share the ongoing revenue from that question. That's what HP says.
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