I just received last week my first Google Adsense payout last week May 29, 2009. It took me about ninetenn months to reach my first payout. I started Hubpages first as a writing ministry, most of my hubs are insights from my devotions. They are not much commercial, they are more of religious value. The payout is an additional bonus. Praise God for the added blessing
Congratulations! That's a start. Anyways, Your next payout won't take 19 months.
Yeah, there's a helluva lot of scientology ads now on our hubs. Why is that? Tom Cruise getting desperate?
congratulation!! Wishing more success..........
You got your first payment. Is it value only $100 or more more than $100.
Congrats for your first payout cristina, though I am wondering that your payout was 100 dollars or you put a hold on your adsense payment and got around 300 dollars or something. Please don't mind. I am asking this because it has been 2 years since you joined hubpages and you have published 154 hubs......and you have got a good hubscore if not excellent.
Excellent! You should be proud and I shouldn't be jealous
I'm so happy for you. Now i know that you can earn money online.
But 19months seems such a long time, its almost disheartning to me. I'm trying to work as hard as is possible, but now a bit scared.
Anyway, dont mind me.
I am really happy for you.
Praise God and GodBless.
Congrats, that means i've only got 18 months and 26 days to go, better get writting Well done again
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