Why is the revenue split from Adsense set at 60%-40%?
The revenue generated from Adsense is split between the hubber and HubPages at the ratio of 60:40.
That's just a decision that HubPages made. HubPages earns 40% of the money to keep the website online and to pay its employees. The rest is profit.
Hubpages needs money to maintain their awesome service. It would be unfair if you got all the money while they did a lot of the work.
If it was less than 60% you might think you were getting ripped off,
I think most people see this figure as being better off with that split. If it was the other way round I think people would take their hard earned written content elsewhere.
by Vaiebhav6 years ago
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by emoneychat6 years ago
Goodbye ^ That was quite a short run
by J G4 years ago
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by Xenonlit5 years ago
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by thecounterpunch10 years ago
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by Ben Guinter6 years ago
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