Google Adsense Payment is what we shall discuss today, I believe you already have a Youtube channel or a website/blog for publishing online content and you have monetised it with Google AdSense.
This discussion will include the payment methods available for users in different countries and Nigerians specifically, along with step-by-step guides for getting set up.
Before you continue to read check out;
- AdSense Heat-Map: The AdSense placement guide
- Tips To Increase AdSense Revenue
- Ways To Increase Adsense CPC
- How To Set Up Google ‘AdSense for Search’ To Open Page In Your Blog
Let’s get talking! Folks,
5 Recommended payment ways to withdraw money from Google AdSense?
Google offers several payment methods to withdraw unpaid balances on your Adsense account.
Let’s discuss what each payment is;
Google Adsense Payment By Check:
Cheques are issued by Citibank and they are made for deposit only. Before setting up your Adsense payment method as a check, it’s good to make sure your bank account can accept Google’s US dollars Citibank cheques.
Cheques are delivered via standard delivery in some countries in Latin America, If you are in Nigeria then the cheque option is easy but the only downside to it is the delay in receiving your payment.
AdSense Payment By Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
An Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) directly deposits your AdSense earnings into your bank account in your local currency. This is like a bank transfer.
EFT payments are only available to AdSense publishers with accounts created after September 30, 2015.
if this option is available in your location the money will be paid out in your local currency.
Adsense payment via SEPA
SEPA means Single Euro Payments Area, It is a payment method for European businesses and folks to send payments to any country located in the Euro area. SEPA EFT payments directly deposit your AdSense earnings, in euros, into your bank account.
EFT is fast, secure, and thoughtful, If you are from the Euro area this is your golden opportunity to cash out speedily!
The Rapida Online is the Adsense payment method available for accounts with a Russian address.
For users that have a Russian address set up on the payment details, this is definitely for you.
This is a payment technique where Google sends your earnings in U.S. dollars or Euros, depending on your account currency.
This is a fast, simple, and secure method for receiving your payments.
Google AdSense Payment Options For Nigerian Bloggers
There are 2 Google Adsense payment options available to Nigerian publishers, these are Bank Cheque and Wire transfers.
I will recommend a wire transfer because that is what I use here on speedy minds and most of my other blogs. You will need a domiciliary account because you’ll be receiving your payments in Dollars $$.
How to Add Your Payment Method In AdSense Dashboard For Nigerian Bloggers
- Login to your Google Adsense Dashboard
- Click on Menu and then scroll to payments
- Click on Payment
- Under how you get paid, click on Add new payment method
- Under the add payment method on the new page, tick wire transfer
- Fill in the details below based on the bank you want to use (FBN or Guaranty Trust Bank or other banks).
Note SWIFT BIC for First Bank of Nigeria is FBNINGLA while for GTBANK is GTBINGLA, for other banks search on google or ask your bank.
4-10 days to receive your funds
No, AdSense does not support PayPal as a method of payment.
Name and address of the recipient (you),
Bank name and sometimes the bank’s address,
Bank BIC/SWIFT code,
Your account number,
Your account type,
Because the bank details in your payee profile don’t match exactly the details of your bank account.
And there you move, that’s all about receiving Google Adsense Payment. Did you find this helpful? Please Share.
WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED?
- Google AdSense Payment in Nigeria
- AdSense Address Verification With AdSense Pin Or Alternate Methods
- Google AdSense Complete Guide: Start Making Money Now
- How To Create Google AdSense account: Step By Step Instructions
- 8 Ways to Prevent Your Google AdSense Account From Getting Banned
I am Law P (Lawrence Patrick), Affiliate Marketer, Education Consultant, SEO Expert, Web & Software Developer.