Can you make money from Hubpages Answers?
If so - does the person that posts the question make the revenue, or the person that answers the question?
No, we don't make money from the Q and A section but it does affect our overall hubber score, which CAN affect how much money you make. So its a gray area.
I thought we did make money off of Q&A as part of the ad program. I think the hubber who posts the question receives revenue.
Jan is correct. The person who asks the question receives 60% of the impressions as with Hub content. This does not appears to be in the FAQ or fully in the Learning Center, so I am going to add something to both to help people with this question in the future.
by Susannah Birch 6 years ago
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by sunlight2 6 years ago
Who will get the revenue when some one ask a question & Someone Answers?Theirs a option on hubpages that Ask a Question. Theirs i am asking that When someone post a question then some ads shown below. Who will get that ads revenue. Details plz
by Paul Edmondson 14 months ago
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by HubPages 6 years ago
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by inevitablesecrets 4 years ago
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by Elizabeth 5 years ago
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