Hey guys, this is Mehreen. I just joined HubPages about a week ago. Seriously this place is dripping with diversity....I am overwhelmed!
I have been trying to learn from the learning centre video tutorials and there I came to know about referring fellow hubbers' hubs to other pages and referring new people to hub pages. I totally understood the part about referring new people to hub pages and making money on their hubs. But regarding the hubs of fellow hubbers, I didn't get the part about making money on their hubs. Does that mean that if I refer to their hubs on any social bookmarking site or in my email and get readership and clicks (and whatever it takes to make money from hubs) for their hubs, will I be getting a part of that commission (ten percent, was it?)
You will receive approximately 10 percent of the page impressions, not 10 percent of that hubber's revenue. So if someone clicks on ads placed on your share of the page impressions, you will receive 100% of that income. If someone clicks on the residual 90% of the page impressions, you will receive 0% of that income.
by bloggerdollar 10 years ago
First of all Hello to all hubbers,I'm new in community maybe you've seen some of my articles.I have a question about Amazon affiliates. I've never used amazon before so I got sth to ask.I am using the amazon widget given with the hub pages. When I go check for my amazon reports I see under link...
by StormsHalted 5 years ago
impressions and clicks from some of my hubs particularly those written recently are not showing up or being counted in my adsense account ........
by Daniel 5 years ago
Here's something for you guys to consider, and I am simply reiterating a comment I made on another post. You need organic traffic to your Hubs! Why? If you are using adsense, or any other monetization method on Hubpages, you will not, I repeat, you will NOT get credit for clicks on your ads from...
by composed 9 years ago
Is this normal?I am in this for the long hall and my traffic seems to be rising somewhat steadily, but I was just wondering when I can expect clicks to start happening in Google Adsense. I don't think I really full understand how this works and if I am on the right track.Any thoughts are...
by EmpressFelicity 8 years ago
What's the longest period you've gone (at this level of traffic) without having any Adsense clicks? I haven't had any clicks for 48 hours. (I've made a few pence off impressions, but no clicks.) This is unheard of for me these days, and I'm starting to get a bit paranoid. And I'm hoping...
by Rfordin 6 years ago
I'm pretty new here and have signed up for all the monetary accounts. I don't really understand the hubpages ad program, that said.....Basically my understang of how hubpages supports it's ad program is by the ad "impressions" that are shown when someone goes to that hub? Is that correct?...
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