hi i just joined here and i am using kontera as a payment that is transferred to my paypal account their minimum payout is 50 dollars how do i know how much i currently have?
Don't worry too much about Kontera - in a few months you will no longer be able to use Kontera on HubPages. Just focus on using AdSense and Amazon.
My name is David, I am a Community Manager at Kontera.
In regards to your questions about knowing how much money you currently have earned:
You can go to your reports page from your publisher center: https://publishers.kontera.com/sites/176461/reports
Then click on "custom date period". You can search your earnings back 6 months. For anything over that, or to see your current account balance if that's a different number you have to contact support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any further questions feel free to email me at email@example.com
Kontera Community Manager
To answer your second question...yes, Amazon and google Adsense accepts Paypal. Just make sure that these programs are currently linked to your bank account or credit card. This is important in order for you to get paid in the future. Also if you haven't been offered it at the current time, the Hubpages Ad program is new and will eventually be rolled out to everyone by June. You can read more about this program in the forums. Welcome aboard new hubber!
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