I was wondering how flixya (and even hubpages) could give away so much revenue to us
but I read this info and realized they have other revenue streams.
I am totally ok with it but just found it interesting
http://code.google.com/apis/adsense/ref … ments.html
Its irrelevant, hubpages do not give us money adsense do. We get our ads displayed for 60% of the time and they get their ads displayed for 40% of the time. If you imagine hubpages getting approximately 40% of the adsense clicks from 400,000 pages of content.... with just 7 employees.... I'm sure that they do just fine! (not that I am moaning, they deserve it for their innovation)
Flixya - 100% of impressions and revenue from that!
You will earn this money by referring people to Adsense and you can't do that here as HubPages don't allow you to display referral ads.
Referral ads were retired, topic of this thread is 'Referral signup' which is for sites that use adsense api.
People don't really read the topic of threads. This thread is about the bonus structure and go to the link she has posted to get your self a bit enlightened.
3bagsfull, HubPages is a for-profit company with investors/venture capital behind it. You're naive if you think this company is getting by just on AdSense payments/tiers/referrals.
For example, check out HubPages' sibling company, YieldBuild...
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by Levictus Marcus Saarith 11 months ago
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