What is the minimum I need to earn with Google AdSense to actually get paid?
And really, that's kind of nasty of Google. I could see that if they have to mail a check, but if you have given them your bank information for electronic transfer, they really don't need to set it that high.
Imagine the money they earn on all that money, some of which will never be paid out.
Of course YPN did the same thing. Many of us dropped them as they started to slide and of course we had to leave small amounts of unclaimed money when we did. I just got my final little deposit from them recently.
I forget what Chitika's minimum is, but I know it is under $100 because it's almost always less for me, but they still put it in my PayPal every month.
No reason Google couldn't be more reasonable.
So if I have some money earned but never reach $100 does that mean I will never get the money I earned? If so, that is just ridiculous and unfair. I thought the minimum would be $10 or something like that.
After reaching the $100 mark they will verify your earnings and after a successful verification they will send you a check in the next month.
You can speed up the process considerably by joining the Google affiliate program in addition to AdSense. That way your earnings are combined and it's much easier to reach $100...
http://hubpages.com/hub/Google-Affiliat … out-Faster
by Cleanclover 9 years ago
I am prepared to do anything to earn 1,000$ from google adsense per month. I need a mentor and some good advice from people who recieve 1,000$ per month from adsense. I am really prepared to do anything. please help!
by Joe Young 3 years ago
On browsing the forum, I have become aware that we can't earn on HubPages without AdSense. This is a grim realization for me.I have 29 featured hubs that are generally considered to be of reasonable quality. I applied for an AdSense account over a year ago, and since then I've had nothing. When I...
by BaizBlogger 4 years ago
I'm getting tired of seeing that I've earned a little money (okay, very little money) every month, being told that I do have an Adsense account AND my Hubpages posts are linked to Paypal, yet I don't get any deposits.I thought for sure I'd find an answer to this issue in the forums, but I haven't...
by Shadaan Alam 2 years ago
Well, no doubt google adsense is one of the best in terms of earning revenue from hubpages. However, i have only been earning cents at adsense!! That's so bad. I desperately need help from fellow hubbers, what should i do to increase my earnings
by Eileen Hughes 4 years ago
I have deleted my adsense account myself. And was just wondering if I can still earn money on hubpages with my amazon. Thanks
by Chitrangada Sharan 5 years ago
Are there some other ways to earn money, besides google adsense? If so how? Can you name the sites?I came to know, that we can earn by joining other advertising sites too. If I submit my HP profile url with it, am I doing something wrong?
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