Our publication marketers. Who are they? Who all sees our
hub? On the outside?
Do you mean Adsense or Amazon - or do you mean where does traffic come from?
The answer to how to sign up for them (Adsense or Amazon) is in the help section - button top right of this page.
Or try the learning centre link at the bottom of this page.
If you mean where does most of the traffic come from if not HubPages - search engines etc. and links.
How well you write your hubs and how you promote them - could be considered marketing I suppose.
Marketers seems to be a new popular word in the forums at present - it reminds me of the picture of the 'Meercat family' someone posted a couple of weeks ago. Sorry may be going off track there.
I would say HubPages. They do their part to get the site well-ranked in the search engines and promote itself for the benefit of anyone published here. If someone does not have an affiliate account, HubPages gets 100% of the revenue. If someone has an affiliate account, HubPages gets 40% of the page impressions and associated revenue, whereas the Hubber gets 60%. That is roughly how it works.
You really arent making yourself very clear, but perhaps there is a language barrier?
We write the articles, Hub Pages puts them online, clicks on ads to Adsense and Amazon generate income for us. That is the process.
by dtr 4 years ago
This is a lie.In the footer of the website must no statements about me (the author) be made that are wrong.In my case the author doesn't "earn revenue on this page" and he hasn't any "affiliate relationships" this would base on.This text is subject to reword.
by Lynne Modranski 2 years ago
Every time my hubs get edited the only changes that are ever made are the deletion of my Amazon modules. What's up? They are relevant and usually only one! I make money on those links (some days more than I make on ad revenue). I need to know what the problem is with my...
by Raye 9 years ago
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by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 7 years ago
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by Heather Edgens 5 years ago
I'm sure somewhere someone has already asked this, but....What happens if you don't have an Adsense account? Can you still earn from Hubpages through their ad program?I'm only asking, because the other day I was thinking, what if I lost my Adsense account... Not that I think I will, I stay within...
by SaiKit 8 years ago
Hi I would like to have the option to put "no follow" link in my hubs. I don't want my competition to rank higher because of my link juice.ThanksSai Kit
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