Hello fellow hubbers!
I am thinking of experimenting on Adsense earnings for comparison, so I may disable the ad program. However, one question bugs me. What will happen to the pending earnings if I disable it? Will they be stored, and by the time I enable it again, will it be part of the balance?
If in case I disabled it right now while, will I still get the payout for the cumulative months (since I'll cross the $50 including this month's earnings).
Thank you so much!
Hi there, after returning to hub pages last week after nearly four years the money I had earnt two years ago is still visible for me to cash in.
I hope this helps ;-D
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