When you reach the minimum thresh-hold. And even then, there is a slight delay because they will release a month's payment half-way through the next month (after they verify the clicks)
When did you sign up to Adsense? Before registering this account?
But he has a hub telling people how to get started writing with HubPages and it mentions Adsense and Amazon
Inforbucket, did you actually research your hub before writing it?
I saw that after I made my post.
Instant Guru should be telling us how to do things, not asking us how it works.
i know well about adsense and amazon, but i didnt got any checks or payments from adsense and i am curious to know when they send it.
Adsence has a $100 dollar (£60) minnimum payout, you wont receive any money at all until your earnings reach this level.
The speed at which you earn this money depends entirely on your traffic, keywords, and the click through rate on your adverts.
The hub is better than quite a lot of poorly written first hubs. Its just kind of a harmless basic info on how he signed up for hubpages.
When you've write enough content that's interesting, useful and helpful to readers such that you've managed to induce them to click on enough ads to reach the payout threshold.
With a blank profile, a single Hub and less than 36 hours on the site, you shouldn't hold your breath.
Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie, it involves hard work
You get $100 from AdSense for publishing your first hub, but this is on the provison that you do not exceed 5 forum posts in your first 6 months. So I suggest that you stop posting immediately, come back in 6 months, and I will tell you how to claim. Something about Google wanting to reduce the growth in the online population, a little bit like China's one child policy.
everyone is teasing me. Ngee ngee, consider i am a 19 year old guy.....
Oh boy.. you can also do it. It is easy write whatever people is searching.
write about products, every thing you can think about. If it is stylish purse, movie, music, ear phone, mobile, jeans any thing. But do some research before them. Spend some time on hub pages. Best and most powerful website in the world. I am not kidding. It rank 214 in world.
Info Bucket, how long had you participated in flixya before you started earning $1/day there? Was it instantaneous? [I'm not teasing here, I really don't know.]
no need of so much experiance, only you have to do is work hard to get your share on popular list.....means be active on flixya.
But isn't that the point here too? It takes a lot of hard work here, as well; and the exact amount of time depends on the quality of Hubs, the ability to do backlinks, the amount of traffic, and whether or not people click on ads [NOT the author - that's absolutely banned, as you know, since you have experience with AdSense].
My question is, how long a time did it take for you? Surely it was more than 36 hours, wasn't it?
And how do you know that there's "no need of so much experience" on flixya as on HubPages? I know absolutely nothing about flixya, but I have a hard time believing that you got $1/day right off the bat. You posted earlier that you were not making a cent with HubPages, and yet you've been here all of two days now. Did you honestly expect otherwise so soon?
I really enjoy hubpages, and I've almost made about $10 bucks in 5 months. I've heard the success stories. I have the faith and patience and do not expect to make much money. I just love the idea that I'm making any money at all FOR MY WRITINGS. That's crazy to me. I can google a subject and MY HUB shows up on the first page. How awesome is that? Hubpages is great.
I said so about flixya coz theres only a few members in flixya, and our share will come to the popular list very quickly and possibly flixyers clicks on ads, thus i can make a 1$ per day, not a difficult job at all.....
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