I heard that it pays 60% royality if you sign up as affiliate. I don't know the exact process. Can someone explain it to me? Regards
I have a Hub which Explains about AdSense and the benefits of using it on Hubpages..
http://hubpages.com/_www/hub/Work-any-w … le-AdSense
You have hubs, so its advisable you get signed up asap!!
Read the sticky thread.
Funny, that's not much faster to type, really ...
LOL. I thought that would be the case.
People seem to have a natural blindspot for stickies. I don't know why, it just happens.
There's also this aversion to FAQ's. Though for the most part, no matter where you go, chances are the FAQ doesn't answer the frequently asked questions let alone the curve balls.
If you sign up as a contributer (content publisher) you get 60% of the pageviews. You have to be an affiliate of Adsense to see that money. And Amazon and Ebay if you wish to have a chance of earning commissions from placing products.
There is referral program where you can be rewarded with pageviews on other peoples hubs if you send them traffic. This can also convert into referrals if any of that traffic sign up to HubPages.
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