I am confused...I finally got accepted by Google adsense program (after writing 20 articles) and have activated the account...however via Googles adsense member page, it doesn't allow me to selected a payment method?? Is this because I will be paid via hubpages??
Also, it appears that you have to make a minimum of $100.00 before you are paid? Am I reading that info correctly? It says monthly $100.00 threshold??
Sorry if these questions are silly but I just don't understand and I do appreciate your help...thanks
If you're being paid by AdSense, you must reach a threshold of $100, but HubPages issues your payments at a $50 threshold. You'll just need to make sure you're signed up for the HubPages Earnings Program and that you have your AdSense account associated on HubPages.
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