And if I do not make pay out this month, will my earnings carry over to next month? Will they continue to collect until I can request pay out?
I see from your profile that you joined HP 6 years ago! You're a veteran, but you don't have that many articles to your name.
My advice would be to write more articles on a regular basis, aim for the niche sites, be patient, build up your name and in time you should reach pay out. Your interest in sustainable living means you have a ready source of material for specialist articles. Best of luck.
$50. Yes. Yes. And you will be paid automatically on the 28th of the following month.
PDS already answered all of your questions, but I do want to point out that you need to write more articles to start getting a monthly paycheck. You are a good writer, so if you put a little effort into this now you can benefit later and enjoy some creative loafing time.
Or have more times to take care of your critters and garden.
Thanks, I appreciate the response, but I understand how that all works. I've been dabbling at hubpages here and there between other projects. My question is not How do I reach pay out, but what is the monetary threshold for pay out and does the money I earned this month roll over into the next month, etc, until I reach pay out. Or, does the money I earned this month just disappear if I don't reach pay out in the month that I earn it.
The money carries forward until you reach the threshold.
The money keeps rolling over until you reach payout. However, you do need to be earning something for that to work.
If you don't earn anything for 3 months, you'll get a warning like this on your account page:
"Your HubPages Earnings Program balance has not changed in 3 months. A balance that is unchanged for 6 or more months may be forfeit. If your articles have traffic, please verify that you are configured to earn by the HubPages Ad Program and HubPages Amazon Program, instead of directly from Google AdSense and Amazon Associates."
Note it just says your balance has to change. So even a few pennies is enough to keep your account active.
By the way, I know you're not asking, but the money on HubPages now is on the niche sites. You can submit one article every two weeks to be considered for the niche sites. I think yours would be transferred if you applied. Well worth doing.
$50 for HubPages Ad-program and $100 for Adsense accounts. It's applicable in any corner of the world.
Ah - I've just had a little dig around in the accounts. I am definitely moving towards a payout which is pretty cool. I was only looking at the adsense parameters, didn't realize they were different things. I just saw the amazon as separate as it lists it at the bottom of one of the tabs. I agree wit the niche sites being on the rise, I've noticed better traffic there too.
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