Hello: I'm new and just experienced the change into the next month. The $1.70 I earned last month disappeared and while I've started new .cents, last month's amount is not showing.
I've checked through forum posts but don't see anything on this. Is there somewhere on my account page that will show what I earned the previous months or does this get added up in the background somewhere until I hit the magical $50?
Thanks for your help!
Go to my accounts - earnings - Ad program reports and fill in the period for which you want your data and you will see your earnings for the period. Yes, it gets added up until you reach the magic $50 which gets paid to you the month after you reach payout. hope that helps.
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