Im still a newbie and wonder exactly how you get paid from hubpages?
I have a hub where I've outlined an answer to your question. Check out How HubPages Works.
That has very good info on your question, I do know that one of the main ones is Google Ad sense and thats all most people need to know =P
great hubpage Darkside, I am new and the information helped alot . Thanks Joep
I also newbie in hubpage...
Could you show me how to put ads from amzon into hubpage (I already sign up to amazon & have been approved).
I want ads from amazone that I need appear on my hubpage. Can't I to do that?
Then, how to make my ads appear inside of my note?(like example from hubpage)..
Thanks for your information
When you're editing your hub, click the amazon button under the affiliate section. You'll be able to search products by keyword or hand pick products by ASIN. Just make sure that you check the scroll box for the one you're using. IE if you want to hand pick items, which I find is better to get more relevant products to the content, then you want to click ASIN otherwise, it won't show the products when you save the capsule.
could you please tell me how i could be paid for my blogs? thanks.
Look at this article that I wrote just yesterday: http://hubpages.com/hub/Hub_Pages
It might help you...
[Missing Mark and where the hell did Mishka go?]
Mark must be busy and Misha has been gone a long time I kinda miss him, had the best arguments with him Kept me entertained tbh
Sunseven, I believe this is what you are looking for:
jojojjeromino - I think you catch Sunseven's drift now?
What she meant by "Nice job," was "My twelve-year-old could have written this with her eyes closed, is that what you did? - Don't bother posting these type of links in the forum."
But she is too nice to say so
Man you guys play rough, but the "link poster" (lol) stepped into that one . But on a serious note, it might be a good idea to add a sub-forum where we can post links to our hubs to promote them. Associated Content does this and it works pretty well (at least it did the last time I was over there in '07). Has this idea ever been floated to HP?
Wow! You're here 35 hours and you can write an article where "I will show you how you can make big money here on HubPages.com".
But I've seen much better articles made by you that put mine into a corner lol...
Whatever Mark and SunSeven, my 12-year-old-made-hub's link density is now 4 in this page, once this gets spidered by google it will be SEO positive... so Thanks anyways, and don't bother leaving sarcastic comments here two, at least to me because I will forget this 3 secs after leaving this page so your effort won't be well applied. Good bye and thanks again
Actually, I have just reported you for spamming the forum and deleted the backlink. As will sunseven and thranax.
We don't like 12 year old spammers who write this sort of rubbish here........
But good luck with that,
Hey all... how have you been? Just curious - if someone posts a question here, and we already know that an existing hub or for that matter a webpage may help, should not we offer help by providing the link? I understand if someone is intentionally spamming the forum with links to his/her hubs but if someone posts a link as a genuine answer to a genuine question asked in the same forum, is that unacceptable? If the guy here just copied the name of his hub without any link, would that have been fine?
Yes. It is perfectly appropriate to post a link to a relevant hub.
It depends on the person and the hub. This person is writing "authoritative" hubs after being a member for less that a day. Have you read his hub?
It is not a useful resource.
Sunseven - you should do this one. And delete the link you put to his hub
Yes, of course. I frequently post links to Darkside's excellent Hubs on how to Hub. However, this particular Hubber posted a link to a Hub all about "making money on HubPages" when in fact, he's been here five minutes and has no evidence of what the earnings potential is. That's not helpful, it's misleading.
Just checked the hubtivity of this very enterprising hub author and that hub was the VERY FIRST one he published.
I'm in awe. Here I was thinking he published it after being here for 30 something hours, but he actually published it after being at the site for less than an hour.
hi guy i'm a new guy here i want how you can help me so that internet can be useful for me in the area of income,business that i can do as a student
Ooooopss! Sorry about that. I was just curious about the money-making scheme. I don't have any intention to hurt anybody. Thank you.
by LJForvour 7 years ago
I've been trying to figure out exactly HOW one makes money off of posting Hubs on this site. Can someone explain this to me?
by Tony Mead 6 years ago
Am I the only person on hubpags that isn't making money from my writing?I try to follow all the help and clever people on here, but I just can not follow how to do things
by tobey100 8 years ago
Well, I actually checked stats for the first time. I passed the 4000 mark in pageviews (whatever that proves). Whether that's good or bad should I start thining about trying to make a buck or two?
by DJ Funktual 9 years ago
I will teach anyone, anything they want to know on how to make the best hubs if they can just expain to me what i'm doing wrong that they don't make any money. I'm betting that this is purely a computer knowledge / fill out the right forms / check the right box kinda thing but I have no idea...
by Chitrangada Sharan 3 years ago
While placing ads on hubs, such as Amazon and eBay, how many ads can we choose?I have seen many hubs having more than two ads, whereas when I choose I have options only upto 2, both for Amazon and eBay.
by Faith Reaper 6 years ago
When one is ready to start "making money" on HP, do you have to start over with all new hubs?If you have already written so many hubs, and then decide to start "making money," does it kick out all of your previous hubs and you have to start fresh, or does it allow you to keep...
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