Can somebody give me simple directions on how to check my earnings from my hubs?
Sharon, if you don't know how to check your earnings, then I suspect you haven't actually signed up to earn anything.
HubPages doesn't pay you anything. You earn money by signing up for Adsense. You can also apply to join Amazon and eBay and add their capsules to your Hubs. In all cases, you are paid by the companies themselves.
Have you signed up to adsense? because hubpages dont pay you any money, you earn money from adsense.
Just click on My Account at the top of your page while logged into Hubpages
Under the that, under the heading My Account, click on affiliate settings.
From there, on the right column click on "Check your Google Earnings, etc.
Log into the appropriate affiliate account...
This is under the assumption that you signed up for the respective affiliate programs...
You check all the earnings from your affiliates at there sites. Google, Kontera, Amazon, and eBay you all go to there respected affiliate sites and enter your Username and Password to check the various data they have. Like clicks, views, money earned, etc.
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