Hello! First of all, thanks a lot for reading, its much appreciated.
Right, my problem is simple - i get somewhere around a dollar a month (this is more of a hobby than a job) which is very small and insignificant, but it is still working towards something bigger, and im hoping it will get bigger in a year(ish). However, the money i have made so far, doesn't seem to have gone anywhere
It isn't on my Adsense account, it isn't in my Paypal account, and im not sure where else to check.
Am i missing something that tells me where its supposed to go, or do i need to reach a certain amount first? I have Adsense active on my account...
I understand this issue may have been brought up several times in the forum, but this is my first time looking at the forums, and im not sure where to check.
Thanks a lot,
Are you signed up for the HP Earnings Program? If so, your money is with HP. It's separate from Adsense. The money will be paid into your Paypal account once you reach the threshold, but until then it will only appear on your Statistics page.
For Adsense, you need to get to $100, and the money will be sent to your bank account.
For Hp Ads + HP eBay programme, you need to get to $50 and that will be paid via Paypal.
If you have more than one account here, these will not be combined for the HP payments.
I knew the first part, put it usually shows up on the 'home' section for how much your currently on (on Adsense's website).
But im guessing my issue is the second part, HP ads are still Adsense right? The earnings at the bottom of 'Statistics'...? Because im nowhere near $50 for that, so im guessing thats my issue?
Yes, on your stats page you'll see: HubPages Earnings Program: and then a dollar sum next to it. If you click on that link, you can get further information.
BTW, even if you do not have a personal eBay affiliate account, you can now insert eBay capsules in your hubs and be paid for clicks. Just saying in case you're not aware of that, because you say you haven't been on the forums.
HP Ads does include some Adsense ads, but they compete with ads from other advertisers who have signed an agreement with HP. Clicks on any of those ads, including the Adsense ones are paid through the HP scheme.
Other than that, one (I think it's one) space per hub is reserved for Adsense alone, and clicks on those ads are paid directly by Adsense.
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