My account shows that I have earnings from Ad Programs but I don't seem to be receiving any money. Does anyone know why this would be?
You need over $50 in earnings. With ten hubs you are probably not there yet.
Yes thanks. Sounds like I need to wait until it gets to $50.
It took me quite a while to get to 50 dollars when I first started, but since then its much quicker, so good luck!
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