I mean. Im confused if my earnings has to amount to a certain amount to be able to get paid.
May I ask to all of you here who have been here long when is the google adsense will pay us?
thanks a lot friends.
When you have reached the minimum required ($100?), you are paid in the middle of the month, following the month in which you earnt that money.
e.g. if you earn over $100 in October, you should get paid by the middle of December.
Here is the adsense link: https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … edium=link
I get paid in the month directly following the earnings, not two months after.
For example, earnings in October are paid the third week of November.
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