Has anyone else seen this now your adsense is displayed in your local currency, us Aussies have to reach 150 to reach our payout,
I was very close to $100 US but because of the conversion rate I am not really that close to the $150 AUD , boooo
I wonder how they convert it whether it just changes daily or you need to take the exchange rate into account to work out if you'll get paid or not:P or am I just bonkers
really that's no good, it seems like a bummer for anyone outside the states
Nah its not different to recieving money from any overseas company $100 (US) ,then convert to own country
but it's slightly different:P cause when I am on $100 US I will have around $130 AUD which is still means I haven't reached payment threshold. I just like to complain i guess
It does seem a bit unreasonable. I wasn't going to convert, then I read that they're going to make it compulsory eventually anyway - so I thought, what the heck.
Don't sweat it too much, once your traffic gets going there won't be long to wait between hitting $130 and hitting $150.
I saw it would become compulsory so did it straight away. It does not matter much to me, it is only a few dollars more.
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