You didnt hear about the referendum? No payout this month.
Yeah, they even put it in their news letter; something about how a hamster had crawled into the payout server when they turned it on.
I have pet lizard that volunteered to resolve that problem, but in California that is considered animal cruelty.
Work with the embassy and get him diplomatic immunity and a work visa.
Damn, I feel sorry for you guys in the western hemisphere. Since the 28th arrived in my part of the world before that hamster woke up, I've got my payment. I hope they find its hamster wheel soon.
I think the activists broke in and free'd the hamster. All is well in the world again.
Ha, Ha. The wheel squeaks and rattles so much it's easy to find.
I am sorry. I do not understand anything about this thread. Are you people getting paid from nowhere?
Every 28th day of the month is Pay Out day. In other words, that is when Hub Pages pays us.
The 28th day of the month is my very favorite day of every month. No doubt about this at all, and there's no competition for that day either.
Your posts kind of make me wonder if you are in on this. If not, check out https://hubpages.com/faq/#royalties to get started.
Hi, thanks for the link. But in Nigeria my country, we do not have a language as "pay day." We have salary payment. Thanks.
I see where PayPal was still a problem in 2018; I don't know about 2019. Meanwhile, am glad to see that AdSense is issues-free.
Paradigmsearch, You talking about the hamster hairs?
Nah, seems like Nigeria and PayPal don't entirely get along. In fact, I found a whole list where PayPal and certain countries are not BFFs.
Ahh. Well, I hope they have an alternative.
by Abhimanyu Singh Baghel 42 hours ago
How can I withdraw my payout from paypal?If I receive my first payout, how can I withdraw it from my hubpages account to my paypal account and hence, to my bank account?
by tamron 9 years ago
I only have $5 to go to reach payout for the first time. It took 2 years but I really don't count the first year because I only had 5 hubs that sat for a year so I figured it took about 1 year to reach payout. Is it true after your first payout your next payout comes quicker?
by Aficionada 10 years ago
All these posts.... Makes you wonder, doesn't it?Well, after the thread yesterday that said the forums were pretty boring, I guess it was only a matter of time before someone would try to shake things up.
by Christin Sander 8 years ago
Approximately how many page views per month to aim for if we want to hit payout every month?I know it will vary based on content and such most likely, if people click your ads for example you'll get a higher payout with eBay etc. but on average, how many page views per month do you think is a good...
by jaredbangerter 8 years ago
I reached the payout amount this month! When will the money be in my Paypal account?Last month I had an all time total earnings of $40. As of this morning, my all time total is $60. When will I see this in my Paypal?
by Keith Ham 8 years ago
When does HubPages pay a person? How exactly does it work?I have 50 plus dollars, I'm just wondering how all this works or how they pay you - I'm new to the whole process and am excited to actually have earned something from my writing.
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