How do you get your money do they mail you a check or do you need a credit card
Google Adsense and Amazon.com mail you checks. The Hubpages ad program pays through pay pal.
I seriously suggest that if you, personally, wish to become even the slightest bit successful at Hubpages - that you take the time to upload an avatar. If you do not, then you will continue to be taken about as seriously as a spammer.
I agree with Wesman Todd Shaw. Even if you don't use a personal picture, you should have some image that reflects your presence on HubPages. Without an avatar or profile image, people will not take you seriously.
This is a community on HubPages and if you look at the profiles of popular authors you will see that they have some kind of image that shows what their HubPages reflect, or a simple picture of something they love or enjoy.
For any new writer I would suggest visiting the HubPages Learning Center. I have learned so much by reading official HubPages publications on just about every aspect of HubPages. Here is the link: http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/
I know that this answer strayed away from the original question but I felt a desire to share this with any newcomer who reads this question. Good luck to all new Hubbers!
by Donna Janelle 7 years ago
I am pretty new to hubpages, and I hear that a lot of people make money off of adsense and amazon, but I have heard almost nothing about Kontera. Is anyone using this or making any moeny from it? Is it worth my time?
by Keith Ham 5 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any money on hubs as it is but this isn't helping anything.
by Anamika S Jain 7 years ago
My Adsense earnings this month from HubPages was only 40% of what I normally earn with HubPages and for the first time in several months I did not make a payout in Amazon this month. However, the saving grace was some of my blogs which earned double of what they normally were earning and the...
by Pratonix 8 years ago
I've been on HubPages for the last two months or so. I have put up almost 90 hubs and have got 11,000 hits. My HubScore is 90 now, but keeps moving up and down.I haven't yet applied for Google AdSense or any other program. Because, frankly, I don't know how to go about it.Do you think it is...
by singleaple 6 years ago
Even though I have signed up to Google Adsense and Amazon I have not earned a single penny from any of my hubs.Am I doing something wrong?.orHave I set things up incorrectly ? or Is the problem something else ?
by Roohi Khan 6 years ago
I just wanted to know wheether everyone on Hubpages uses the Earnings Program? If anyone out there doesnt, can you tell me why?Just wondering whether one can earn more with the Hubpages Program or with just Google Adsense and Amazon.
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