So I have finally reached my first two cents in my Adsense account! Try not to celebrate for me too hard. Now I know that you need to hit a minimum balance of $100 before you get your check, but I am curious if anyone knows how long you can sit on the money? I'm hoping to just build up as much as I can in my account for the next year or so. Is it ok for me to do that? Or will Google refresh my earnings to 0 when it sees I'm not requesting a check? Any info would be super, thanks.
It is my recollection that you can indeed readjust the payment threshold to higher than $100 if you wish.
i've only been here about 2 years.. so I haven't reached payout yet
no worries, you are young enough to wait for that
Hey, man, that feels good, right? See, here comes money. I thought it was awesome. I laughed and I hopped around with delight.
I started with Adsense in early October this year, on youtube. Without knowing it I got a few cents a day. Then I built a few web sites that bring nothing to this day. For backlinks, I started with Hubpages. That led me to the front. Suddenly I got a few dozen cents a day. Some days I even got more than 2 €.
Yes, it is little money. But it is money from a working system. Now the system need to be scaled. I celebrate every penny. I am glad that it is growing every day. Where in the economy can be said, one has an income increase of 10,000%?
I've tweaked a few things on my hubs. Today I wrote a hub about it. Check it out!
by Natalie Frank 2 weeks ago
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by IzzyM 7 years ago
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by Sarah Spradlin 4 months ago
I do not need to know specific amounts paid to you, I know that is against the rules. Just wondering how long it took everyone
by jenblacksheep 7 years ago
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by Glen Kowalski 2 years ago
I'm going to end up being < 36 cents shy of my first payout due to plummeting visits this month. Somewhat disappointing but it is what it is.
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