What is HubPages minimum Payout for earnings?
I only have a few dollars earned so far, but seeing a small spike in page views yesterday it got me to wondering what the minimum payout for earnings are through HubPages? I tried looking for it and the only thing I can come up with is the minimum payout of AdSense, but not the minimum payout for HubPage earnings.
Also I am confused as to how getting paid with the eBay and Amazon ads work. I know if they purchase (or win a bid) we earn commission, but how much and how is it paid to us?
I read in the help files that the minimum payout is $50.00.
Hubpage out use to be $100 a month. The website has changed so I suggest using the search module to get current information on the minimum payout for earnings on Hubpages.
and eBay is combined with HP-- paid to your PayPal account. Amazon lets you choose different payment options. I get gift card credit to my Amazon account, since I buy through them frequently.
Look through the information for each program to find the details.
Thanks for the information. I am eagerly waiting for that 50 dollar threshold for my hubpage ad program.
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