I made payout yesterday, and Amazon is doing A LOT better than last Feb. How is your month starting out?
Payout?! Gulp. Wow, congrats! Feb, as was Jan, is still going pretty slowly for me. I did however have a $400+ item on Amazon that shipped at the end of Jan. And I had a really good Dec, both AdSense and Amazon, which gave me my first $200+ month.
Congrats. I am doing well this month too. Made payout a few days ago also!! Very happy and lets hope it continues.
Wow! Payout?? That's fantastic Habee! Well done1
Yup. Doing MUCH better on both AdSense and Amazon than this time last year. Hope it keeps up...
Habee you stink! Payout in only 5 days??!! That's incredible - you really rock.
Although I can't compare to last Feb., it is certainly better than last month, at about 4X the daily earnings. Amazon not so much, but outside of the holidays that hasn't done much for me anyway. I'm working on it, though.
Congrats habee! Amazon is doing really well so far for me this month and Adsense is ticking over ok
Congrats you guys!! I still have not Bern able to get any luck with amazon yet, just can't find what I do wrong haha
You haven't been here very long at all! Just keep writing - Success comes with time
My Adsense is a lot better than last month already. I will make payout probably next week. But $80 is from Dec 15 to now.
by Keith Ham 5 years ago
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by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
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by Et al... 8 years ago
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by Klevis Rosario 8 years ago
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by Anamika S Jain 7 years ago
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by EAPoe 6 years ago
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