How Does Hubpages Earn Their Cut From My Amazon Revenue?
Hi, I want to know how hubpages.com share my amazon fee. Do they show their own affiliate links X% if the time on the module? Or do they take their money after amazon saves up to a 100 bucks for me?
Basically, your affiliate code is shown 60% of the time and HubPages is shown 40% of the time.
When someone clicks in your hubs during your 60% of time and buys from Amazon, you get credit for the entire sale. HubPages doesn't get any of that.
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