Does advertisements displayed on hubpages questions bring revenue to person who asked question?
If the ads bring revenue then what is share of author and hubpages?
Yes it does as long as you have your Hubpage My Earnings Information filled out and everything. Just check you adsense and you will see it in you performance report.
Yes, the person who asks the questions receives advertising income. This is the same standard 60% as on hub articles.
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