When I reach my payout threshold, does it automatically deposit into my adsense account?
I have reached the payout of $50 but I don't know how to get the payment, does it go into my google adsense account automatically at the end of the month?
Noosepaper, the amount at end of Sept ( I am amusing that you reached this month) would be credited to your pay pal account by the end of october. They can not deposit in your adsense account.
Congratz on reaching the payout. I haven't reached it yet so I can't say but like Indian Chef said it probably gets auto-deposited to paypal. I've seen several people say this is how it works so yeah . Keep hubbing!
The payout from Hubpages ad program is deposited in your PayPal account 30 days after you reach (or exceed) the $50 threshold. If for instance, on Sept. 28th, you reached the threshold, you'll see that payout on Oct. 28th.
Google Adsense is a separate payment, and usually much slower to build up to their $100 threshold.
You also have to go into your PayPal account to have them deposit the money in your bank account or it will just sit there collecting interest for PayPal.
@Pamela; You don't HAVE TO transfer the money to your bank account. You can use it to pay for most online transactions instead of your credit card.
by charanjeet kaur 8 years ago
I have to share my small success story with everyone. It’s not huge compared to what other hubbers make here, but hey I have reached my second payout in just 4 months this time. It is less than 1/3rd of the time it took for my first cheque. Can’t wait to make one each month. My personal advice...
by Thomas F. Wuthrich 2 years ago
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by Brittany Rowland 2 years ago
Sorry if this is dumb, but all this time I thought I had to reach $10 in Adsense to start receiving payments. But is it $100? I find the site frustrating to navigate, and I hoped someone here could explain it better. If it is $100, then once I go over that threshold, will I start getting regular...
by ptosis 6 years ago
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by Living In Paris 8 years ago
Yay! I hit the $100 mark on Sunday. Half of that is from Hubpages, and the other half is from one of my blogs that I just put ads on a couple months ago. That really sped things along.I'm sure I would've reached payout sooner if I had more hubs, but I'm celebrating the milestone nevertheless. :-)
by oderog 8 years ago
I got this from Kontera. What do you think?"As one of our valued Kontera publishers, we’re excited to inform you that as of May 3rd Kontera is lowering the minimum payout threshold from $100 to $50!"Do you feel this will make people earn money from Kontera.
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