I wanted to earn more so I changeg my adsense account to euro from dollar because of the formers strength in the exchange market. please advice me. I might even change to Pounds when it is available(am just joking) so what do you think? Is it a nice move??? considering the fact that times are changing...
Well I don't know if changing your account to Euros will make you earn more. However, if you live in the states, your Euros will be able to buy more, as of right now 1 dollar is 1.48 Euros. So I guess you can spend about 48 cents more per dollar that you recieve.
Slow down folks.
Presumably Google will pay you what they owe you converted into whatever currency you prefer. It doesn't mean that you get 'more' just because the Euro has recently been stronger than the USD.
As an example, if Google owes you US$149.00 and you have told them you'd like the money paid out in Euros, you'll get 100 Euros, as of today, Nov. 20, 2009, when the exchange is just about USD$1.49 to 1 Euro.
Your purchasing power will be the same, either way, wherever you receive the money, because you will have received the same amount in either case.
And no offense, but when people talk about having a 'fever' relative to an asset/market, you're often seeing an ascent in the end stages...
Google 'contrarian indicator'.
by accofranco7 years ago
i want to change my Adsense earning currency to dollars, so that i can know when i reach the minimum payout, because i am already at 79.*** Euros. someone should help.
by GA Anderson3 years ago
I stole this from another thread, so the topic could be discussed without further hijacking the thread it was on. I hope that was OK.John, I am not putting forth criticisms for you to defend. I do not know enough...
by tony07247 years ago
They want to propose this at the United Nations per the Drudge Report
by ns12097 years ago
I was wondering what is the best way to get paid by Amazon if you don't live in the U.S.A?I live in the UK and wonder what are the best payment methodsSadly I don't have an American bank account so can not receive...
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