Hello Fellow Hubbers,
I'm TootsieLu, a new hubber to the community. Can anyone tell me how we get paid? Or provide me with any information on salary?
You don't get a "salary" here. You apply for Adsense and HPads. You earn money from page views and ad clicks. You can also earn by selling Amazon products on your hubs. Make sure you never click your own ads or ask friends/family/colleagues to do so. If that happens, you could lose your Google Adsense opportunities forever.
Do you think you are going to earn a salary, as in have a job?
As a writer on HP, you are a freelance writer and your earnings are generated through the affiliates you join.
Google Adsense is a revenue sharing program. As a publisher, you get to share revenue with other people and Google. If you join the Hubpages Ads Program, you must first be a Google Adsense Publisher, but will earn revenue also.
You can earn additional revenues through the other various affiliates programs that HP offers. Not to mention, you can earn money via other avenues.
I suggest you read the FAQ's page and visit the Learning Center.
Btw- Welcome to Hubpages.
This is answered in the FAQ:
by Keith Ham 5 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any money on hubs as it is but this isn't helping anything.
by DdraigX 8 years ago
So I've got a few hubs up and really just started here on hubpages. But the impressions that I get on hubpages, vs my google adsense doesn't quite make sense. I understand they take 60% of the impressions, but I was just curious. Those of you with over 100 posts and using google adsense are you...
by Raine Law Yuen 4 years ago
I've just had google adsence approved on my hub. I am very new to all this and have read as much as I can on this topic from fellow hubbers and the learning section but somehow there are pieces that just don't click in my head - I'm thinking maybe I'm just not getting something - maybe...
by easyspeak 8 years ago
The assumption with creating hubs for adsense is that it will eventually become passive income. Which means that the more content your write, the more you build on that passive income.This also should mean that adsense earnings can/should only go up.Has this been true for everyone?
by K Kiss 18 months ago
Is it possible to make $300 a month from hubpages?I have been hubbing for 2 years now and earn about 50-70 dollars a month from adsense but was wondering how to and whether it is indeed possible to earn 300-400 dollars a months.Please share you own experiences if you life.
by Sue B. 7 years ago
I have an adsense account through blogger.com I have attempted to link my account and follow the directions on hubpages but I am not receiving an confirmation email from adsense and my affiliates section still shows adsense as not active. What do I need to do to successfully link my...
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