My hubpages account says that I earned money last month, but Pay Pal says there's been no activity. According to hubpages, my connection to pay pal is set. What should I do to make sure the money I earn gets to pay pal? Thank you.
Why don't you look at the statistics for earnings. See if you reached the $50 payout which HubPages requires you to reach before payout.
You could have earned some money, but just not enough last month to be paid out this month. What you earn this month will be paid out 30(28 days later) days later.
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