so i have joined just recently and i have two articles up so far, both of them have a red 70 after their titles
i was wondering, i cant find a page telling me how much they have earned, also i never have put in any paypal info, how will they pay me please explain to me asap
You would find your earnings through Google, Amazon, or eBay. Click on "Affiliate Settings" under "My Account" and there are links there that say "Check my Google Earnings," "Check my Amazon earnings," etc. Hubpages doesn't pay you, the affiliates do.
by Meredyth Lynne2 years ago
I've been on hubpages for a few months now and I'll I've been paid so far is one cent. I have six hubs and tons of views. Am I doing something wrong? Or do I just need to publish more hubs?Thanks!
by Matt Bruns4 weeks ago
It shows I have not made any earnings. When will I start making earnings.
by hilarycjohnson3 years ago
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by Cardia4 months ago
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by Getting Along4 years ago
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by BaizBlogger3 years ago
I'm getting tired of seeing that I've earned a little money (okay, very little money) every month, being told that I do have an Adsense account AND my Hubpages posts are linked to Paypal, yet I don't get any deposits.I...
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