QUOTE(chrismartyn @ Jul 23 2012, 09:20 AM)
HubPages is a social content community for writers. Members (known as "Hubbers") are given their own free sub-domain, where they can post magazine-style articles (referred to as Hubs). Hubbers are encouraged to enrich their text by embedding videos, external links, reader surveys, photos and maps, and providing a comments box for reader feedback.
Hubbers retain all intellectual property rights to their Hubs and can delete them at any time.
Hubbers earns revenue through advertising on their Hubs, including HubPages' own Advertising Program, Google Adsense, eBay and Amazon.com. The Adsense and eBay earnings accumulate along with your HubPages Ad Program earnings which helps to reach payout faster.
Previously, Hubbers had to join each of these affiliate schemes individually, but by early 2012 all revenue-sharing channels will be consolidated into the HubPages Earnings Program. Hubbers will still require Adsense account in order to join this Program. The 60:40 revenue split is achieved by alternating the code used in advertisements: the Hubber's code is displayed 60% of the time, and HubPages' code 40%.
Great, detail explanation. But I am wondering what is the site url? I never used hubpages, so I don't have any idea which site you guys are talking about. Please share the link if possible.