I need help. I'm very new as if you all couldn't gather that already. I have signed up for the Amazon.com affiliate and have linked it with my hubpage. In my affiliate settings it even says that it is active yet I still do not see any Amazon ads on my hub. Any suggestions?
Amazon is not like google, they don't put the ads on for you. On the right side of your hub in edit mode there is an amazon capsule you have to add. They you either add specific items or use keywords to find items relevant to your hub.
Hope this helps.
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