How to Withdraw Money From Google Adsense

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The program is designed for website publishers who want to display targeted text, video or image advertisements on website pages and earn money when site visitors view or click the ads.


Google doesn’t disclose information about how they distinguish those clicks, but one of those invalid activities is clicking on ads on your own site. If you violate the AdSense policy too often, you might even get banned from the network and lose the whole outstanding payments.



Step 1
First Sign in to your Google Adsense account to display the Adsense homepage.


Step 2
Choose the “Home” tab if it is not already selected, and then click “Payment Settings” to show the Payment Settings screen.


Step 3
Click the “Add New Bank Account” button to display the Add New Form of Payment screen.


Step 4
Carefully Enter the requested bank account information, including the account holder name, the bank routing number and the account number.


Step 5
Then Click the “Save” button to save your change.


Step 6
Now Wait up to five days for Google to deposit a test amount into your bank account.



Step 7
Sign in to Google Adsense once more, click “Payments” and then “Payment Settings” to show the Payment Settings screen.



Step 8
Click “Verify Test Deposit” and enter the test amount that you noted.


Step 9
Then click the “Submit” button, which verifies your account. When the deposits into your Google Adsense account reach the payment threshold.


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