With the money I get, before I get it, can I have it sent to my PayPal account instead or do I have to do it after I get the money?
And does the Money come in checks or Cash? Or does it go on my credit Card?...I'm so confused at how this whole thing works.....
You get paid from Google. Amazon, and Ebay. HubPages doesn't pay you unless, you sign a contract and create a FlagShip Hub. The affiliate programs pay by check or direct deposit. Ebay will pay by paypal and direct deposit, but not check.
Well, it's pretty straight forward - you have to earn some money first
While you are doing this, you'll have enough time to figure out the details.
The main point to understand is that Hubpages does not pay you any money. Any money you may get for posting here will come directly from Google, Ebay, or Amazon. The rest of your questions should be addressed there...
It varies with each one. Go and sign up with each one and read their payment options page.
That's your choice. If you're not here to make money, then you can just ignore the eBay and Amazon revenue capsules on your Hubs - and there's another thread that tells you how to forfeit your share of Adsense.
However I do know eBay pays via Paypal, so I assume you'd be happy with them. The money gets paid from paypal into your bank account.
Amazon can pay you with a gift certificate, or into your bank account if you're prepared to give them the details.
I've opted to get my Adsense money by cheque - I don't recall what the other options were.
K, I meant to say that I didn't feel like signing up for tons of things at that time...cause I was tired, so yeah, I'll try eBay, or I'll just not receive any money....
by Hovalis 10 years ago
I really wonder what eBay is up to some times. They sent an email today telling me, in the most positive spin that they could, that they were removing the option for direct bank deposit from their auctions by June. Instead, the only options you'll have as a seller is cash on pick-up or PayPal. Now...
by Crissylite 5 years ago
How do you retrieve your earnings from Hubpages?
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
I've made a little money this month from Amazon. Can I leave it in my account for several months and not request payment until the sum gets larger? Does the payment go to my checking account, Paypal, or is it in the form of a paper check? Thanks!!
by Csanad 4 years ago
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by tamron 6 years ago
It appears I sold an item for $12.54. It says on report revenue $12.54 then it says advertisers fee .50 cents which is my earnings? Also I see a message at the top of page saying. We need your paypal information in order for you to get paid.I thought we got paid through the...
by John Hollywood 4 years ago
Hi, all,This may be s stupid question but will ask. I made a decent amount of money in December of 2013 from my hubs and have yet to be paid. My Paypal account is connected to my Hubpages account and it shows "connected" in the status.Do I have to do anything else to get paid? Should I...
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