do I always have to get past 100 dollars amer to get a hubpages check?
you don't get paid directly from hubpages but through adsense and yes, as far as I'm aware you always need 100$ to get a payout from them - it's just their policy.
thanks everyone I appreciate it whew well at least its going faster than the 12 months it took to make first payou!!
and super chef I got so excited about the 50 payout I checked and I have a huge amount int there huge!!! $0.15 rotfl
It depends on what affiliate programs you are using. There are 5 programs that are tied into Hubpages, and they can be found under "affiliate settings" on the "my account" tab. I think Amazon.com's program will send you a check under $100, and I'm not sure about the others. Google does require $100 to be in your account for a payout. As far as I know, Hubpages does not pay anyone directly except the people who win prizes during their "theme months" (I think March was a health theme, and there is another one coming up but I haven't read up on it), so there is no "hubpages check".
Kontera Affiliate scheme just reduced their minimum payment threshold to $50 just the other day.
It always takes a while to get your first Kontera cheque, I think of it as an unexpected bonus whenever it appears in my paypal
by Daniel Long 4 years ago
Anyone interested in acquiring my Hubpages account at $100? here are the stats:1)Makes payout every month.2)Gets 1400+ views every day3)99 hubs of which over 90% are featured.4)Got over 1 million plus views in about 2 years.5)Page rank of 3Let me know if you're interested.
by MacPharlain 4 years ago
I'm trying to sign up for the earnings programs and can't because I don't have a Google AdSense account. I applied for one a few days ago but was rejected due to "insufficient content". (My account has 106 hubs, some of which do look sparse after the import.)While I'm...
by Miss Lil' Atlanta 7 years ago
How long did it take before you started earning $50 to $100 a month on Hubpages?I try not to think all too much about the earning part on Hubpages since I'm still new here (4 months), but when you're earning literally NO money at all... It's still a bit discouraging.
by Brittany Rowland 2 years ago
Sorry if this is dumb, but all this time I thought I had to reach $10 in Adsense to start receiving payments. But is it $100? I find the site frustrating to navigate, and I hoped someone here could explain it better. If it is $100, then once I go over that threshold, will I start getting regular...
by Victoria Van Ness 2 weeks ago
I'm kinda pissed and extremely dismayed. I've been with Hubpages and Amazon Associates for 5 years now and haven't made a dime with Amazon the entire time. I've reached out for help numerous times and not a single person told me that I have to get my Amazon links from the Amazon Associates website...
by naiza1986 9 years ago
Still a newbie here though I've been writing on HubPages for about two years now.. I just want to know when do HubPages sent your payouts?
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