Yes, I love to write and this hub thing is excellent, but when and how do we get paid? What am I to expect? Some of my sites look like they're doing very well, but I've only been doing this for 4 days! Very new to blogging, and so not a techie.
You don't need to be a techie here, you need to be a writer. If you're new patience and dedication is key: you must write regularly about 3/4 articles per week for a few months before expecting any decent earnings.
Here's my own earnings
60$ per month far from being a salary but it's just a hobby and a learning process for me for more serious projects.
But I'm far from being a great writer so you should rather inspire from other successfull hubbers here.
Google Adsense pays out after 100 dollars has accumulated in your account. So, say I make 100 bucks this month (not likely, yet) then next month I would get a check for 100 bucks.
Google pays you after you've reached $100 in adsense revenue. Amazon pays you depending on how you set up your payment preferences. I think you get a payment after you make $10 if you choose to get Amazon gift certificates---you need to make a little more for them to send you a check. I'm not sure how eBay works. I'm sure someone on here does
It takes a little time. The more hubs you publish, the faster you'll build up Adsense revenue, and some topics pay better than others. Just keep writing
All payments and tracking of payments is done through the affiliate programs themselves, none of that comes direct from HubPages.
The HubPages FAQ on Royalties can be found at http://hubpages.com/faq/#royalties
More specifically, there's "How do I check how much money I've made?", http://hubpages.com/faq/#money
eBay (commission junction) will pay you after you have accumulated £16 (thats 31 dollars) im not sure if it differs for the American eBay (commission junction).
eBay is on commission junction.
Commission junction is a place where companies share their affiliate programs, brings it all together so to speak. So by joining commission junction (free to do so) you can the place eBay ads on your hubs as well as text ads for other products for example im doing rather well being an apple affiliate.
well I wish I knew the secret, so far i have a big red 0 for income, and i have tried many times to have affiliate ads on my hub, but i never see them. so I guess no one else does either. not bad after 3 months and 19 hubs...humph!
yes i believe any hubber will be accepted. some affilates (apple, ebay, friendsreunited etc) will take ahile to except you to become an affilate but CJ itself i think is pretty much instant.
by Earl Noah Bernsby4 years ago
Hey all,I posted this query in an older thread of mine with no joy. In retrospect, I probably should have posted the question independently:
by spuds9 years ago
I have just read an email that eBay will be ceasing using Commission Junction to run their affiliate program as of 1st April 2008. eBay are going to be running there affiliate program themselves.I presume the chiefs at...
by Steve Anselmo4 years ago
What are the rules on commission junction affiliate links?If I post an affiliate link from commission junction, does it have to be text, or can it be a banner?
by BundleBoy8 years ago
How about adding a new commission junction module. Same as amazon but you can pull in products sold in commission junction into your hubs.May be modules for a few other affiliate vendors.
by Ben Guinter5 years ago
Does all money made on this site have to run through the hands of HubPages?I knew ClickBank wasn't allowed because people were making a lot of money outside of HubPages... and a lot of those links go to pages with opt...
by James Paterson10 years ago
Ebay is already a Hubpages affiliate but Ebay is also a part of Commision Junction would it be possible to integrate more advertisers from Commision Junction into hubpages, sometimes the other advertisers on Commision...
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