hello! i am new here, just published my first hub (but will definitely publish more!). how do i receive payments via paypal? while at it, when can i sign up for amazon and ebay? thanks!!!
The system basically works like this. You enter your affiliate information for Google, Amazon, Ebay and Kontera (according to your choice) in your account settings. The address for this ;
Then at hubpages your own ads rotate with HubPages ads. Your ads are served %60 of all impressions. Even you can earn money with the other people's hubs using link building and trackers.
Read here for more information.
There is no paypal payments. You just keep track of your own earnings and I think it is quite successful model.
You don't get payments via Paypal - Google will either send you a cheque or pay it into your bank account, provided you've set u your Adsense account properly.
I assume you've signed up for Adsense and pasted the code into your Affiliate section of your HubPages account? Log into your Adsense account and spend some time looking around the reading the Help section.
thanks. yes, i've signed up for adsense (haven't received any yet)...hmmm... was hoping to receive future payments via online transaction since i'm in another country. oh, well. but thanks for your replies.
Where are you? I'm in Australia and I receive my Google cheques in Australian currency (and now I get it paid direct into my bank account). They do that for quite a few countries. Edit your payment information in Adsense and you'll be able to see whether they do it for your country.
And by the way,it will take about 3 months before you see the first earnings hitting your account - don't ask me why,it happens to everyone. I earned about $2 in my first couple of months, but the latest payment to hit my bank account was $A 250.
I'm in the Philippines. Guess am just not too comfortable with the mail system here
But thanks for the words of encouragement.
Yes, I don't expect to make quick money here. I do other writing jobs. But the hubbers here are really accommodating, makes me want to stay already.
you can join to amazon now but not to adsense you need to add some more hubs and get published you need traffic with 6 months old for your hubpage account as per i know ....
by zebtron 2 years ago
There is currently an issue with AdSense that is interfering with changes, additions, or applications.We are aware of the issue and are in communication with Google AdSense and hope they will have a solution shortly.Please note this only affects account configuration. Thanks for your patience.
by B A Tobin 4 years ago
Have any of you found detestable ads on your hubs? It is a "game" with girls in bras...how distasteful I want it off my hub...do you know if we have a say in this? It has nothing to do with my poem and is disgusting to me.
by Paul Deeds 6 years ago
Because of some technical problems with the Google AdSense API, since Thursday evening you can not associate or create a new Google AdSense account through the HubPages Affiliate Settings Page. If you try, the error you see will say an internal error occurred, which indicates a problem in...
by Oyewole Folarin 4 months ago
Hi Hubbers,Is it possible to associate my next of kin PayPal account with the HubPages ad program? Thanks for your kind reply.
by BaizBlogger 3 years ago
I'm getting tired of seeing that I've earned a little money (okay, very little money) every month, being told that I do have an Adsense account AND my Hubpages posts are linked to Paypal, yet I don't get any deposits.I thought for sure I'd find an answer to this issue in the forums, but I haven't...
by futurenetads 8 weeks ago
I joined in Hub Pages two years back, when I joined in hub pages,I was very excited then Quickly I was started writing hubs, with in few months I reached 100mark,I also got lots traffic but I din't have adsense account,In India getting adsense account is very difficult,rules are...
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