My adsense account says that in June they have sent my check, but have not received it yet. I checked my mailing address, its correct (unchanged), I have received previous checks in time.
Has anybody has that issue too?
Go to https://support.google.com/adsense/?hl=en#topic=3373519 and click troubleshooting then click "contacting adsense". Send them an email with your situation and wait for a reply. Hope this helped!
At about that time they had everyone switch to having them direct deposited into checking accounts and no longer sent out checks.
Well that would be cheaper but the thing is many people still rather have a physical check instead of direct deposit. The reason being is it is more secure as many sites are being hacked and bank information is stolen. So if someone wanted to just get a check, cash it, and move on then its easier that way. Plus most sites make an incentive to use direct deposit by charging some kind of fee to get payment by check.
Now I am confused about AdSense payments. If one is enrolled in the HubPages Earnings program one must have a PayPal account and all payments from AdSense, Amazon, and eBay are included in that one payment. Is that correct, or am I missing something?
That's what I understood--you have to have a PayPal account, and your payments are sent there.
Then, if you want a check from PayPal for your funds, you can request it, and yes, they charge you a fee for a physical check; no charge for direct deposit.
I'd still rather ask for the check though--I'm not a fan of giving anyone direct access to my bank account, for any reason. I'm not even happy that the government forced the issue with Social Security checks.
So, since I have a PayPal account, payments from all programs are sent there -- correct?
He is referring o his Adsense money which Hubpages does not pay. Their options are either Western Union or check payments.
Ah, pooh! I did think it was all lumped together, since having AdSense is a REQUIREMENT for participation in the HP ad program! How confusing!
Well, I don't expect to live long enough to reach the AdSense payout threshold, so phooey on them! Probably not worth my time to look into.
No Phyllis - The Hubpages ad program payment isn't the same as the Adsense payment. Revenue for ads covered by the HP ad program are paid to your Paypal account.
Adsense pays separately for any ads not covered by the HP ad program and they pay that into your bank account. For those in the HP ad program, every hub still includes an adsense-only ad. Check your adsense account for those earnings.
Thanks, chasmac. I know the programs are different, separate entities, I just thought that payments from all the programs went in a lump sum to my paypal account. Now, I have learned something new. That means I have not yet reached the $100.00 payout from AdSense yet. hmmmm...
It also means that maybe I should become more aware of Google AdSense words (key words) in my hubs.
It's likely to take a very long time to reach the Adsense threshold, if you have the HP Ads program turned on. That's because your Hubs show only one Adsense direct advertisement, right at the bottom of each Hub. You may see Adsense ads appearing near the top of your Hub, but they're actually part of the HP Ads program.
So I would just double-check that your Adsense account is properly set up, check what the balance is (on the Adsense site) and then forget about it!
The options for receiving payment from AdSense depend upon where you live. In some countries, payment by check is still an option. Here is where you will find payment options for each country:
https://support.google.com/adsense/answ … 8?hl=en#US
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