i'm new.. thats why activities in this site are a little bit complicated. how are you guys or hubbers, rather get paid? how do you deal with those affiliates?
hope you can help me out..
Hi Sylph welcome to HubPages. Amazon, you are like a salesperson, displaying items related to your article and people may buy, you get a percentage of the sale. Adsense is shared with HP, 60% for you, 40% for HP. Kontera also gives a share. Not sure with ebay, somebody more knowledgeable can let you know that one. hope that helps.
That's not a correct description of how AdSense works on this site.
Your AdSense affilite code will connected to your Hubs for 60% of the time, the HubPages code for 40% of the time, and it's randomized.
You will get 100% of whatever earnings occur when your affiliate code is active on your Hubs. That's quite different than getting 60% of the total earnings.
Once you get the basics done, which is what previous posts have told ya.
You can sign up as an affiliate in tons of sites.. including amazon. The advantage of it is publishing the product in your hubs with your very own affiliate link, meaning.. the full commission is yours on each sale.
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