Just wondering, do we have earnings when we asked questions here at hubpages?
Oh great... When did they change it back? I mean, it was NO for a while, then a few months ago they said YES, which is why your questions now appear under your sub-domain.hubpages.com/question/...
Now you got me curious, as to when they stopped!
why did they stopped it..darn..i thought we can still earn from the q & a portion..
Allelsematters: Maybe she knows something we don't, but here is what HubPages was saying a few months ago, which was that we are making money from the Q & A: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/95116
I asked the same question long time ago in the q and A, and hubbers said you cant earn thru q and a, but you earn only when people read your hubs, I didn't know we can already earn by asking or answering questions?.. If thats the case then great.
@Insane Mundane: thanks for the link..seems that they put some changes about the Q & A portion..
At one time we didn't, then they announced all that stuff about making money with the Q & A section a few months ago, which is when this website had a massive boom of asinine questions that you would feel ashamed to ask a common 5-year-old child. I think the inane queries could have did that option in, but it sucks for the ones who only asked thought-provoking questions. I'm not saying that you can't make money from your questions, especially since you should - considering they are showing up under your sub-domain and the adverts are still present, although I must say that with all the recent changes of late, it wouldn't surprise me one bit if that hasn't also been took away from the contributors as well...
If that is the case, it sounds like many of us need to delete all of our Q & A sessions...
Only if you answer with a hub and receive revenue from the hub.
by Maddie Ruud 10 years ago
by accofranco 9 years ago
I earn about $0.30 to $0.6 daily and some times nothing at all,and it is three different blogs that i have, hubpages,blogspot and howtodothings,is it okay?Plz share your experience let me learn.Thanks!
by mariexotoni 5 years ago
Would like to check out their profiles and read some hubs. Unless this is pretty much unheard of
by Susannah Birch 6 years ago
I haven't seen a thread on this (feel free to post the link if there is).Hubpages will soon be giving ad share for questions.From the Hubpages weekly newsletter:While some of these Questions are winning prize money, all of them will soon be able to bring additional ad revenue to the people who...
by Tricia1000 6 years ago
Is it true that we can now earn from page views on questions asked?I cannot find more information on earning from questions asked in HP and am interested to know how it works if it is indeed true
by Lisa 16 months ago
Okay-- here's my question. Stopped Hubpages ad program for experimentation. Within 2 hours, Adsense was finally paying decent! Was able to actually receive payment in one month because I hit the threshold of Adsense of $100.00. Super psyched finally! Last 3 days, nothing! Absolutely...
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