Payout from eBay sales?

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  1. Theeyeballkid profile image76
    Theeyeballkidposted 5 years ago

    Payout from eBay sales?

    Does anybody know when eBay affiliate sales revenue is paid out and whether there is a threshold which needs to be reached before earnings are paid out? I have searched the learning centre and various hubs but never been able to find an answer. I am not referring to the eBay earnings that appear alongside the hubpages earnings program but the actual eBay sales revenue from sales of products on hubs. The description clearly states that hubbers are entitled to 60% of revenue but says nothing about when the earnings are paid out. Any clarification would be much appreciated.


  2. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image97
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 5 years ago

    The Ebay earnings are lumped in with the Hubpages Ad program earnings each month.

    So any combination of those two that reaches $50 US dollars in a months time...and you get paid on the 28th of the month.

  3. Theeyeballkid profile image76
    Theeyeballkidposted 5 years ago

    Cheers for the reply Wesman but this still has me confused. Are you saying that the ebay share of actual sales has already been factored into the HP ad program?  If so why do they continue to show ebay sales made as a seperate tab with a balance. I  have attached a photo to show what I mean.  There seems to be 2 different types of eBay revenue. One from actual sales as per the photo attached, and the other which trickles in each day and is much less than actual ebay sales ( after taking into account the 60% share).

    I have been paid out  from the hubpages ad program but that has never included (from what I can see) an eBay share of sales, it includes another ebay amount which is much lower (less than $20 all time) and I always thought was to do with share of impressions and not actual sales.

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    JThomp42posted 5 years ago

    Yes, E-Bay sales are included in your earnings Hubpages pays you. You can go to my account and earnings, then earnings report to find a complete record of what you have made each day from E-Bay and Hubpages in total.

    1. Theeyeballkid profile image76
      Theeyeballkidposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      So it sounds like ebay revenues go into a general pool and the amount you are paid doesn't necessarily have any bearing on the number of ebay sales you make as an individual.

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      JThomp42posted 5 years agoin reply to this



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