Hello: I'd like to know, in a couple of simple sentences, how I get money from publishing articles here. I signed up, but it didn't ask me for my PayPal account. Is it as simple as writing articles and you start receiving money? I reached this page by clicking a Squidoo link. Are they the same page? Thank you!
You get a share of the revenue HubPages earns by putting ads on your articles. First you have to apply and be accepted for a Google AdSense account (unless you already have one).
If you don't already have one, it can take some time to build up your account to the point that Google will grant you AdSense approval. It varies and Google does not publish specific requirements, but roughly you will need your account to be a month or two old and have 15-20 articles.
I'll ad that when your money from AdSense and Amazon totals $50 or more at the end of a month, then you are paid through Pay Pal.
Mactavers gave a wonderful description, but this needs to be added to it. You will be paid the month after your account totals $50 or more. So if my total earnings equal $50 or more at the end of January, I'll be paid at the end of February.
Not quite. Amazon earnings lag by 60 days, not 30, so to be paid at the end of Feb., Jan "adsense" earnings plus Dec. Amazon earnings must reach that $50 level. Of course, anything prior to those two months are added in as well if not already paid.
Mactavers you are giving wrong information! Ad sense only pays when you reach $100.00
$50 is HP only which does include any Amazon money.
by genebob 4 years ago
While I link my Adsense account, it directs me to Google, which then asks if I want to accept the association, I say yes, then it directs me back to Hubpages, but it just loads a blank page, nothing comes up. I could not find anything like this in the help section, is there something else I need to...
by P. Thorpe Christiansen 5 years ago
Squidoo has been recommended to me. Is there more money there... than here at Hubpages? The site looks kind of silly while Hubpages has a more dignified or classy look.
by squid-janices7 3 years ago
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by Cardia 13 months ago
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by Joe Young 3 years ago
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by Shadaan Alam 2 years ago
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