Since 2010, I've been accumulating pennies in my Google Adsense account, waiting for the day I'd hit the $100 pay threshold. I checked it a couple of weeks ago, it was at $94 and change. Today, all the numbers are GONE!!! I see no evidence that it's been added to my HubPages ads account ... or has it? Is my money gone? I've gone though the links and don't see it. Can anyone shed some light on this? Thank you!
Each month, the accumulative total in your Adsense account is reset to add the cumulative amount.
HubPages is no longer using our Adsense accounts but your money earned should still be there. Log in to your account here: https://www.google.com/adsense/start/
If you close your Adsense account, they will pay out everything if your balance is over $10.
If you still can't see it (and remember it resets each month with the balance updating a few days into the month), contact firstname.lastname@example.org for advice.
Thank you! Your link brought up my page with all the numbers on it. (it's at $96 and change now). The link on my HP page to get to Adsense brought up zero. Hopefully, once it's over $100, Google will send me some money. I don't think of this much because it's been 10 years in the making. But I want that money!
Unless you have a website that is adding to Adsense, it will always be 96. Your HP pages will no longer be adding to that number.
I'm in the same boat, Teri. Last month I earned the same amount you did, but this was for one month. I don't want to close My Google account to get the money, but since it took you ten years to earn what I earned in one month, I'd recommend closing it.
I still earn a few cents on my blogger account, so hopefully I'll reach payout in a few decades.
Unless you have your own site that carries Google Adsense ads, you won't earn any more because HubPages has changed the structure of its earnings allocation.
Therefore, it may be better to close your account and collect what's there. You will still earn Adsense but it is going to be amalgamated into your HP ads earnings.
lol! I did the same thing a few years ago! I was going to say, just check your bank account. Because it may not show any money in Google, but it will show in your bank.
Thanks for asking that question Terri and thanks for the instructions Bev. I thought my $76 was gone bye bye. But, I'm dismayed to learn that I will no longer be able to mine Analytics for such vital information as how many left-handed people in Singapore read my article on rutabagas. I guess I'll adjust eventually.
I don't really understand what it means. Have we lost any money earned on Adsense?
OK, so I can get the $96? It says I have to have $100 minimum to cash out. A little confused, I guess.
You can find an explanation here https://hubpages.com/community/forum/34 … rms-of-use
If you haven't got a website with Adsense on it, then you can close your Adsense account and Google will pay out the balance within 90 days as long as it is above $10.
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