I have finally been accepted by adsense BUT how do I get paid?!!!!!!!!!!!
Can anyone help?
Once you add your PayPal information to your HubPages account and select the specific earning programs, payments are issued via PayPal on or near the 28th of the following month once the minimum payment threshold of $50 is met.
The balance history report shows your current balance.
The main thing to understand about earnings is that it is based on impressions.
Most visitors come from search and the vast majority of those search visitors come from Google searches.
So the best way to get traffic for your Hubs is to do SEO research before you ever start writing.
The main things to understand about SEO is that you want to be competitive.
If you do this sort of SEO research before you create a Hub, then you can get an idea of how your Hub may fair in the search results.
The main thing to do to work toward more traffic and earnings is to continue to write high quality Hubs.
The more Hubs you have, generally the more opportunity you have to find readers and earn.
I thought the Adsense limit was $100. Am I wrong? I am past the $50 mark and have been for some time, but never got paid. Please check on this for me. Thanks.
If you are using the individual AdSense account and not the program through HubPages, then the threshold is $100. $50 is the threshold for payments being issued from HubPages to Paypal.
If that's the case, I think I have a problem because I thought I was using the program via HP, but maybe not. How can I tell and can you help me with this. My adsense account is just a few dollars short of $100, but as far as I can tell, I have never been paid...unless it somehow has been incorporated into the HP plan. If so, though, why is this balance showing?
Your should see a PayPal payment sent to the account associated with your profile on or around the 28th of this month.
You can see your current and historical balance here.
Please email us at email@example.com if you have any other specific questions about your account.
I found the blog post from 2013 that explains the HubPages Earning program and the different payment thresholds.
Hi, thanks so much for you response & help but I'm still confused?
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