I have my settings active and they have been for a while. I do not understand all that may be required even if it is only a couple of bucks. Can anyone help me?
You can find a diagram in the FAQ that explains this in a bit more detail.
You may also want to look and see what revenue programs would be useful for your content as well.
See the "Making Money..." section for more in-depth description of each program.
You need to Reach $50 and you need a paypal account. After you have passed to $50 amount, you should receive the money on the following 28th of the next month.
Thanks Tyler, is it every month after $50.00 or each time it exceeds $50.00? Is this information on hub? I looked for it before I asked the question.
It is each time you exceed $50. So if you exceed $50 on the 30th of August you would not be paid until the 28th of October. It you exceed on the 27th of August you would be paid on the 28th of September.
I think it is all way way down on this list: http://hubpages.com/faq/
Thanks Matthew. I will review this information to see if it tells me something I am not aware. I see my monthly earnings but never gave it alot of thought in the past as I did not write the hubs to necessary make money. I just decided to find out why there were never any deposits in to my paypal. Retirement is not this week.
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