Question about adsense
So I was just wondering, I made a little money on it last month but I don't know how or when it will get transfered into my paypal account. I don't see an option to transfer funds or redeem funds or anything. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Google Adsense pays you directly after you hit $100 for minimum payout.
You can opt for direct Wire Transfer to your account through payment settings in your Google Adsense dashboard.
That seems like a high minimum to me. I wish they would pay you each month or maybe after you hit a $1.00 minimum. but thank you for your answer.
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