Okay, so I only use Google AdSense and also using Google Analytics to track account activities. According to Hubpages, I've earned over $40 in the last month. However, according to AdSense, I've only earned $3, and I can't get paid until I hit at least $10. So who is lying to me right now? Is Google trying to screw me over, or is HubPages? Anyone able to answer this?
No one is trying to screw you over. It sounds like you are using both Adsense and HP's ad program together.
Good news - you've earned both the amounts. When you join the HubPages ad program, there is still one ad on each page that is earned directly from Adsense.
Bad news - the minimum payout is not $10. It is $50 for HubPages and $100 for Google Adsense.
Thanks. Hubpages never gave a payout amount, and Google AdSense stated $10 (not that it matters since it's at $3)
I looked at your account and I am not sure where you are seeing the information that you cited.
You can see all of the history for your account and the revenue programs in reports in your account and here.
If you have any other specific questions about the revenue programs, please email us at team at hubpages dot com.
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