After a little over 3 months I have finally reached payout with Hubpages ad program. I would have loved to see this happen a day or two earlier but better late than never.
Though I am new.. I still expect this type of earning for the first month... Hope, i will.
Oh HI SID.
Perhaps I'll post a link to this in all of your WARRIOR FORUM threads, eh?
Trying to manipulate the members to give you everything for free, then here you have apparently known what you've been doing for "months" (you've made hubpages ad program payout so obviously you don't need to waste our time at warrior forums, asking what to do and wanting us to help you for free, wanting US TO PAY for YOUR WSO's and so on)
I'm sure the other warriors will get a huge laugh out of this one
Congrat candid, with my own rate of earning with the hubpages ads. I should expect a pay out next year, maybe july. That is if i dont switch it off before then.
Congratulations, Sid. It's a good feeling, isn't it?
I just made my first one month payout last month. That's maybe your next goal - do it in one month.
Congrats Sid, am hoping to make mine next month if views keep going as they are...
Congratulations, Sid! It's always nice to hear about good news, especially reaching payout.
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