WHEN DOES HUBPAGES DEPOSIT TO MY PAYPAL ACCOUNT? I've made a whole 7 cents in 2 weeks when do they deposit these riches. i think i made more on ehow, although their publishing tool hardly ever worked. Thanks!
I'm glad earnest is laughing..payout is 100.00 and only after a month has passed will you get your deposit.
BTW at the rate I'm going this will take me two years..
It's $50 for the HP ad program, to paypal.
It's $100 in the US for Adsense to direct deposit.
oh you're right! i read it too fast...and thought it was Google..
yes it's 50.00 and it's a much better earner for me .I'll be paid soon
...and $150AU (about parity with USD) for adsense payout in Australia.
@Stacie L Two years is still away. You can have more earnings from other sources so just relax and wait for the payout in 2 years. lol
One thing I hate about using HubPages Ad program along with checking my regular Google adsense account , is that it's much harder to make payout with your adsense account alone because the HubPages ad program receives most of the income.
For the past few months, I have been trying to make payout with my Adsense account, but it will take a while because of the HP ads and because of the payout threshold.
I think I need to make like 500+ dollars a month with HP ad program if I want to make payout with my adsense account every month LOL!
I can not really complain though, because the HubPages ad program seems to be working great.
$500 a month? now that's a feat!I wouldn't care what program I earned it with...
I didnt mean I made that much. It's about 20% of that this month
My goal is to make between 10-20 dollars daily which amounts to 300-600 dollars a month.
I don't see why I can not make 80% more if I work hard enough and smart enough.
If I could just write more hubs that receive 100-300 views daily...Some of mine receive little or none
Me too! It's a bit of a shock because I was used to making payout easily every month (and like Earnest, I'm an Aussie so I have to reach $150). It's been three months now and I'm still not there
The HP program has been very good to me from the beginning. I have been payed monthly right on time. Now Google is another story. I had just reached the point where I was getting payed every month or two and then the bottom fell out with all the changes they made. Good thing is with the new URL HP put to work for each of us, I am starting to see a rapid upward trend.
My views are almost back to where they were when the bottom dropped. Not making as much money but between the two I have seen a 50% increase overall.
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