there is something i dont understand.... how do i get to the contract? does the contract begin once i publish (for the first time) the hub i'm developing. or does it begin before? i'm cinfused..please help.
There's no contract. Publishing a hub is effectively self-publishing. If you can attract enough readers, there's a chance of making some money. Mainly, this happens when readers click on the ads on your pages. You will need a Google account and you'll need to sign up for Google Adsense. No-one makes much until they have many thousand readers accessing their pages, so the most important thing at first is to get writing. Good original content is the key.
biocutis you can find the contract here : http://hubpages.com/help/flagship_hubs_more
Why do you get all these things on hubpages if you cannot use any of them..widgets,visual adds and other things taht should help you earn money, affiliates and etc. it seems to be a big tease for something you cannot have.
Check where?? I couldnt fiond anything that said i couldnt, or ,maybe not looking in right place. are affiliates ok? those codes we place in out source pages?
I'm sorry, could you be more clear?
What widgets exactly are you wanting to place that you cant?
And most of what you can and cannot do is here:
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