My amazon affiliate account application was denied, can i re - apply for another one now that my hubpages are more developed?
Did they give you any reason? I think you can reapply anyway, but you need to follow directions by the letter. Did you read this? http://hubpages.com/help/AmazonAssociates
sorry i think im getting mixed up, i think it was ebay who rejected me :-(
I was rejected too, they give no reasons, you can use Adsense its also profitable, also you could use kontera both are good.
If someone has already register and they approve them please let us know, they seems accepting people that has website, i already have website but i registered for hubpages i was using eBay with CJ "Commission Junction" for my website.
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