how can i be paid for every hub i make? Can it be sent straight to my bank account? i dont have any credit cards to pay for paypal
You don't get paid for every article you write...I guess you need to read the all the information provided through the link below. http://hubpages.com/faq/#royalties
Welcome to HP
You do not need a bank account or credit card linked to your PayPal account in order to only receive money. If you plan to use your PayPal account to make payments and purchases, then the process is slightly more complicated. For the purposes of the HubPages Ad Program, all you need is an active personal PayPal account. You can read more info here: http://hubpages.com/faq/#paypal-questions
Do you have an Adsense account? You can't join the HubPages Ad program unless you have Adsense.
If you don't have an Adsense account already, you'll have to wait six months as you live in the Phillipines.
There is no upfront payment for the individual articles you write. The articles will be yours for ever and you can generate income via affiliates such as AdSense, Hubpages Adprogram, Amazon, etc.
You don't need credit cards to get PayPal. All you need is a bank account (and if you don't want PayPal getting involved with your "main" bank account, you can set up another one just to use with PayPal.
There are no charges to sign up with Pay Pal.
by Zanjbeel Khan 3 weeks ago
Is a Pay Pal account necessary for the earning? In Pakistan, we do not have PayPal service,is a Google Adsense account enough ?
by Oyewole Folarin 18 months ago
Hi Hubbers,Is it possible to associate my next of kin PayPal account with the HubPages ad program? Thanks for your kind reply.
by depratiiti 8 years ago
I am new to hubpages. Please explain the payment procedure. I have visited the learning center an d even tried to register in the tax information section too. But I am not able to register. Please help.
by SavannahLady1 6 years ago
I got a message from Google Adsense saying that I was not accepted to their program. So if I am not accepted to their program, can payment from Hub Pages be made? The ebay account seem to be driven by Adsense. I have gotten decent traffic for new hubber but nothing is active except...
by Jason Menayan 18 months ago
Hello everyone! We're happy to announce that we're opening up the HubPages Ad Program to all Hubbers ahead of schedule!All interested Hubbers are now eligible to participate in the HubPages Ad Program, an additional earnings option for your Hubs. You can read more about the Program in the blog...
by Rodney Fagan 5 years ago
I do not use paypal, hence my opting out of hubpages payouts.The reason for this not using paypal, is as follows, when I joined paypal, they asked for me to make a payment to them to verify that my wifes account of which I had a card isdued in my name but only linked for deposit and...
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