It is my humble suggestion if "Payoneer" is also included as a payment method. It will attract a large number of writers from those countries where PayPal is not functional. It is one of the hurdles that we face here on HubPages.
HubPages is mainly an American site. It is aimed at the English-speaking market, so it wants writers who are native speakers, who write about subjects of interest to readers in English-speaking countries.
The countries where Paypal is not functional are mainly countries where English is NOT the first language, so the site isn't losing many writers by not offering alternative payment methods. At least, not the writers it wants.
Yes, I agree with you. But I have seen lots of writers on HubPages who do not hail from English speaking countries. Their writing is as good as native speakers. Their articles appear on the first page of Google. For example, just search the term "Branches of Physics". It occupies the first place on the Google search page. The writer is from Pakistan. Most of his articles appear on the first page of Google.
It's true that there are some excellent articles by writers from non-English speaking countries. However relatively speaking, compared to an English--speaking country, they are rare - and therefore not worth HubPages' effort to create an extra payment system, I'm afraid.
by Eunice Godfrey 6 days ago
PayPal has been holding my money since March! It's more than 21 days and they haven't released it. I keep having this problem. Can hubpages look into other sites like Skrill and Payoneer? They are nice alternatives.
by StormsHalted 8 years ago
Currently Hubpages offer payments only through Paypal but many people in third world countries cannot use Paypal therefore I would be extremely grateful if the Hubpages considers my request of adding other alternatives to Paypal as payment options for example Skrill, Payoneer, Payza, Western Union...
by Sandra Hamilton 23 months ago
Why is PayPal the only method of payment? I had problems with my PayPal account and had to close it. I know from reading the forum questions other people are not able to have PayPal accounts where they live. Why is there no other option for people who can't use PayPal?
by Osman Albayrak 19 months ago
Some people in different countries cannot use PayPal. That's why it would be amazing if you add another payment method.
by Alice Njambi 12 months ago
My question goes out to hubbers from Africa. If you've already received a payout from hubpages, how long did it take you to reach the first payment threshold?
by Nadine May 7 years ago
I know several hubpage writers are also on Bubblews. I have written 99 posts on Bubblews and redeemed twice. I'm still waiting for my second payment. Three weeks ago I suddenly had a problem logging in. My password that I have in my notebook was rejected. I thought it was time to change it anyway...
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