If you come to Hubpages and you are not logged in, there is a yellow ad in the right corner that says "Earn royalties". The button goes to a page to sign up to write for Hubpages.
My question is: Am I earning royalties here? And how so? Or are you referring to possible earnings through google adsense or the amazon/ebay affiliate programs?
When I think of royalties, I think of selling a book and for each book I get some money. But I have a feeling that my definition is not the Hubpages definition.
Yes, Paul answered the same in my hub this morning. Thanks Paul.
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