When do you receive first payout on HP ad program and why do earnings change for a time frame?
Sometimes total months earnings is less than it appeared previously.
You get paid once you've reached $50 in revenue - from what I've seen, that's not too hard. Earnings will change for the most recent days, usually the past two or three, because revenue has to be collected from ad agencies, and sometimes the earnings aren't 100% accurate. This means that your earnings can go up or down for certain days. Once it's been about a week, your earnings for that day should be finalized and you'll have clear information about how much you've earned.
by Sherry Hewins9 months ago
A few days ago, I noticed that a lot of people were talking about changing from HP Ad Program to Google AdSense. I had tried that a few years ago, but switched back pretty quickly because I earned better with HP....
by ajayshah20056 years ago
Please share your practical experience, the effects of this program on your earnings, keeping in mind about Hubpages TOS as well as Google adsense TOS.Thanks!
by Elayne2 years ago
I was up to 95.16 on my adsense and then all of a sudden it stopped, but I don't remember making any changes - Since it is so close to the threshold, can someone please check my account to see why it is not registering...
by EmpressFelicity5 years ago
Dear HP staffLike many people here, I have more than one account. And also like many people here, I have experienced major traffic losses across the board and have therefore accumulated a certain amount in Ad Program...
by Paul Edmondson6 years ago
by Thomas F. Wuthrich13 months ago
The closer I get to the $50 payout threshold, the more drastically my AdSense earnings plummet.My current total earnings amount to <snipped>. And I am now making about a quarter PENNY a day.What...
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