I am a new user in here. I post just 1 post. But I can not find my earning balance.How i can my earning.
Welcome to HP!
Earning money with one single post is pretty much impossible unless you drive loads of traffic to your hub (which I doubt you did in just 2 days).
Adsense earnings are displayed in your Adsense account (if you put your ID in appropriate Affiliate Settings box), and your Amazon commissions can be watched in Amazon Associates account (again, you need to input your ID in Affiliate Settings).
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