I'm a new Hubber I fibnd this a bit strange is all this Hub thing working or is this a bunch of crap that you keep posting and you don't get a thing from it.
Do we make money from Hub or just from adsense, Ebay...
Thanks for your help.
Majority is adsense, next comes ebay and amazon
I like your way with words "bunch of crap"
It's easy to feel frustrated, but hard to commit long term with all the other stuff out there that promises to pay you, my advice is stick with one thing, refine it, build on it, become an expert in it and grow your income for the long term....if over night success was still like the old days of .coms and the like we'd all be quite well off financially....stick with it, use the force, suck an onion, chill out!!
Veira, It takes time and perseverance however yes you get paid by adsense, ebay, amazon etc., more so adsense. However if you enjoy writing, hubpages is the place to be. I have tried many others and hubpages has a better payout and wonderful community of writers that I personally enjoy. So being here depends on what you are looking for.
This means that if I don't have Adsense, I will not get anything???
HubPages does not pay users directly. If you do not input your affiliate IDs for at least one affiliate program (AdSense, Amazon, Ebay, or Kontera), you will not make any money. See http://hubpages.com/faq/#program for further details on the revenue-share program.
However, it's extremely easy to sign up for any and all of these, and you can find links to step-by-step instructions for doing so in the FAQ following the entry to which I just linked you.
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