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Where To Locate How Much I Make on YouTube Adsense Partnership Program

Finding your Adsense earnings through the YouTube Partnership program is pretty easy to do but like many things easy on your computer, the navigation path is not all that easy.  Regardless if you want to find out how much you are making on YouTube via the partner program, you have come to the right place. I'll even include a brief video you You Tube to show you how.

If you are not on the Google Adsense program and you are not a YouTube partner, this will not apply to you as you would not currently be able to earn on YouTube. There are other resources out there that will help you to set up an make money on Adsense.

So to in order to find the money you are making on YouTube via Adsense partner just do the following

Step 1

Log into your YouTube account

Step 2

Click on your icon photo in the top right corner of the Youtube screen

Step 3

Click on the setting button which appears as a sprocket

Step 4

New window/screen opens and click on "View Additional Features" toward the bottom left within this window.

Step 5

Click on "Analytics" in the left column of the screen

Step 6

The down under the "Performance" section you will see your YouTube earning statistics / metrics in the form of minutes watched, amount of views and importantly how much you have earned. There  is a date just above all of this that shows you the range. Mine is set for showing one month of statistics / earnings but you can change that if you want a specific date range.

I also included a video tutorial below on how to do this.



How to Get Amazon Refund and Ship Label Return Package at UPS Store

 If you are looking to return goods on Amazon it works out easier than you might think. I finally did this just today and it worked out pretty good.   Make sure you double check Amazon’s terms and return policy as this might not be 100% up to date when you read it (things sometimes change)  but it should come close.

So I bought pants that felt too tight from Amazon. I still had the Amazon box and the packaging materials it came in. I highly recommend keeping the packaging until you know you want to keep the goods.  I logged into my account, looked up my pant order and went through the simple return process.  At the end of the process on-line, there is no refund / credit of money just yet.  Amazon emails you a link so you can print a UPS ( United Parcel Service) label.

I printed the label from work since my printer at home hasn’t been working. Since I did not have blank labels to print on, I printed on a normal blank sheet of paper, cut out the label and affixed to the box using a large wide piece of clear tape.  If you do this make sure you do not crease or bubble the tape over the label. You don’t want to mar the writing or especially the bar code.   Then I looked up the local UPS store and dropped the box off.

I  asked the UPS store what would happen if I had no way of printing the label?   They said I could forward the label email Amazon sent to me to the store and they would print out but there would be a charge ($5 at the moment). If you need to do this, call your local store first and find out.

I also asked what would happen if I was able to print the label but had no way of properly affixing it to the box? They said they can do that at no extra charge.    That said, always call first to make sure this policy does not change.

Lastly, I asked if I print the label but can’t drop it off the same day, can I drop it off another day?  They said I could do this…. But again, check first as policies change.

So after I dropped it off at the UPS store drop off, they told me to wait while they scanned and make a receipt. Took just a minute.  About an hour after scanning I got an email stating Amazon was processing the refund and it would show on my account in  a few days.