When you link your hubpages account with google and Amazon you will be able to see from there.
First you must have a Goggle Adsense account, or Amazon. Once these are in place you can check your earnings from the new 'earnings' tab located in your account. You click on that and you will see your 'gooogle affiliate' link click on that, it will take you directly to google where you sign in and can see your earnings.
Best of Luck to you!!
At first I stumbled on how to find the earnings. Been here a month and they are wee tiny at this point. But, they are located on the hub affiliates, then you go to the actual affiliate sign-in page (Amazon, Adsense, etc.) to login to your account and you will see any monies, impressions, etc., earned. I love hubbing and hope you do too.
On the home page, if you click on "my account" and then select "Earnings" you can find all the websites that will be paying you for advertisement. On the right hand side of the chart, you should see something like "reports". If you click on that link, you should be able to see how much money you are making.
I guess Olojo is asking, " How to know any other guy's earnings?". Well, this can't be accomplished and you should ask that guy directly...
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