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snakeair 01-18-2011 10:53 PM

Three steps to getting paid on time
Every adsense user should already know this information and not have to touch their payment settings but this post is good for people who are thinking about joining adsense and have no clue what to do to get paid.


Here on the payments team at AdSense, we strive to help you understand how and when you can be paid. Here’s a basic walk-through of 3 steps that will properly set up your account to receive its next payment:

1) Verify that your account isn't on hold.

If you see a message about a payments hold when you sign in to your AdSense account, you likely still have to complete one or more of the following steps:

• Verify your mailing address by receiving a PIN in the mail and entering it in your account
• Select a payment method
• Submit your tax information (if it's required in your location)
• Remove your self-hold if you had previously placed one on your account

This message will include...
Continued at: http://adsense.blogspot.com/2011/01/...d-on-time.html

snakeair 05-01-2012 09:16 PM

Introducing redesigned Payments pages
The payment pages got a little update.


To make the payment process easier and more flexible, we’ll soon be introducing some changes to the “Payments” and “Account settings” pages in your AdSense account. At the moment, this new payments interface is available to a small set of AdSense accounts, but we’ll gradually roll it out to more publishers in the upcoming months. When the new Payments page is enabled for your account, it’ll look like this:

(see blog post for screenshot)

Here’s a summary of the changes and added benefits of the new payments interface:

1. Redesigned Payment summary and Payment settings pages

- Payment method is now called Form of payment.
- Unpaid finalized earnings is now called Current balance.
- Redesigned transaction history table shows you the latest activities at the top.
- New toolbar support allows you to filter, print, export, or download transaction information.

2. More flexibility with your payment settings

- New extended timeline allows you to change your payment information until the 20th of any month.
- You can choose any payment threshold greater than the default payment threshold based on your reporting currency.
- You can also hold your payments until a specified date.

3. Improved navigation of the payments interface

- Centralized locations to manage your Payment settings and Payee profile.
- Contextual help is displayed based on the pages you navigate to.

This is just a first step towards providing a better payment experience, and we’ll continue to add improvements over the coming months.
Source: http://adsense.blogspot.com/2012/05/...nts-pages.html

snakeair 08-08-2012 09:33 PM

Update on forms of payment available on our new payment system
More news on the new payment system.


We recently let you know about upcoming improvements to the Payments page in your account, designed to provide you with a better experience and address your feedback. These changes are part of an upgrade to our payment system, and over the coming months we’ll continue to roll out these upgrades to all publishers.

For publishers located in countries where we offer payments via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), we’ve made improvements to this form of payment to give you quicker access to your earnings. Once your account has been upgraded to our new system, EFT payments will appear in your bank account just days after posting to your Payments page. As always, EFT payments are...
Continued at: http://adsense.blogspot.com/2012/08/...ilable-on.html

snakeair 06-12-2014 04:45 PM

Wire transfer payments now available in more countries
More news on payments.


We're excited to announce that wire transfer is now available as a new payment method in a number of countries. The full list of countries is available in our Help Center. With wire transfer, your earnings are deposited directly into your bank account, offering you a fast, secure, and convenient way to receive AdSense payments. If you’re not already using our new payments system, then wire transfer will become available when your account is transitioned to the new system.
Continued at: http://adsense.blogspot.com/2014/06/...ilable-in.html

snakeair 03-04-2017 09:28 PM

Increasing transparency of AdSense payments
An oldie but you it's best to know everything about Google AdSense so you can count the $$$$ rolling in each month.


When you check your payments history, you might notice a difference between your estimated AdSense earnings and the final amount paid to you. The difference between these two amounts is mostly caused by invalid activity on your site, such as accidental clicks, which are deducted from finalized earnings.

We've received feedback from you that you want to know more about the differences between estimated and finalized earnings. Starting with May’s payment history, you’ll be able to see the invalid activity deductions that cause these differences. *For example, if your estimated earnings were $1,100 and your finalized earnings were $1,000, you now have a better view into how your estimated earnings break down into invalid activity and finalized earnings.
Continued at: https://adsense.googleblog.com/2015/...-payments.html

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