Hello everyone..How do the writers get paid? and yes, I did read through the site information.
The FAQ should have answered your questions.
You have to be an affiliate with Adsense before joining the HP Earnings program. They if you want to earn money with Amazon and Ebay you have to join their programs.
And to add to what Uninvited Writer wrote, you have to reach $50 and then Hubpages will pay out through Paypal. I'm still waiting after 2 years but some do make money here.
Hey duffsmom.... thank you so much for the insight. Really not a lot of clarity about this process. Are you in Florida? maybe, if you would like we can connect and help each other figure out how to get paid like everyone else. (smile)
Florida? Ah heaven's no. Not sure I would recognize consistent sunshine. I am in the Pacific Northwest...lots of cloud cover - good weather for writing though
I tell you as much as I love sunny Florida and its beaches. This summer has been unbearable. I could almost...notice I said almost...wish for a little over cast of any kind....but thanks again.
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