40% of the time the Google Adsense code of YOUR Google ads will display.
what is this mean???is it pay 100% or 40% ???
When your ads display (40% of the time when someone views one of your Hubs) YOU would get all revenue (100% of Adsense).
So, slightly less than 1/2 of the time, your Adsense would display and you would get the money.
Personally, I make far more via Amazon here than Adsense. Ebay is probably the same for those that can use it.
60% of the page impressions are yours. 40% are not.
Whatever you make at the 60% is yours.
I quote the HubPages FAQ
"HubPages earns its revenue from these ads, so we split the impressions with our writers on a 60:40 split (60% to you, 40% to us)."
Basically you make 100% of the earnings 60% of the time, the other 40 is to hubpages
Before you get your hopes up, read this: http://hubpages.com/faq/#duplicate_content
HubPages does not look kindly on content thieves. That means, stealing other people's articles and publishing them here is a big no no that will probably result in you being banned from here anyway.
Dont bother trying to figure out the revenue sharing, just move along, I vote for a pre-emptive ban.
How did you even find that article to steal it? What were you looking for? You dont stand a chance of making money as a writer or a thief with this kind of stupidity.
Learn first about hubbing by visiting the forums and help center
The OP deleted his post as he realized that he had copied multiple articles, joined a site and then went to the forums to learn how to make money from his stolen content.
He hopes that no one will notice his little crime empire. But, I imagine he was flagged for his copied content,plagiarized or not, which is no longer allowed and will disappear completely soon enough
Why the hell does this even have the ability to get published?
Build a pre-publish filter already HubPages!
This hub is still published?
To busy harassing existing members after changing your TOS in a xombaesque way to write a decent pre-publish filter or follow up on 100 word hub flags?
Not that I really care ..but just still shows that your priorities are backwards.
If your room is flooding the first thing you do is turn off the source of the flood, not piss off the people in the house that can help mop up the residue.
OK I'm not one to be flagging person, but I have to say I'm with you on this one Wow
Don't get your hopes up. It took me well over a month of nagging the HP team to get a hubber taken down that had almost 300 hubs containing stolen content. As they were pulling them down, he was publishing more. They FINALLY shut down his account.
I had an article copied a few weeks ago, identical except for two words. Sent 2 emails one to the copier, one to Ez (where it was published) no results. I was fuming. Then I sent a Google search jing screen shot to Ez and the company referenced in the article and bingo the next day I was back at #1 and it was gone.
It was one of my first articles and I was on a mission.
Well, this is special.
The hub is 84 words long.
The hubber has already had a hub removed for plagiarism.
HP is responsible to its members to stop the flood of poor content.
This is a fact. All the complaints about having hubs unpublished for new and fickle reasons gain a LOT of traction if things like these can so easily be published.
again, this hub is 84 words long.The "publish" button should not have worked.
This post is 127 words long
Hell, im thinking rather than rewrite my old hubs, i should just republish them in bite sized chunks. 50 words here, 100 words there, gives me better odds of hitting a great keyword and Im sure to make more sales and clicks as I def wont be answering many questions in 84 words!
I think they don't have any exact rule about length of hub in order for it to be compliant.
http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/70209?p … ost1530525
but that is way too short - low quality as well!
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