Can anyone tell me why it seems I have made some money on Amazon this last week when I look on my earnings on HP, but when I look in my Amazon Associates account the information isn't there?
Also I am thinking of taking on a new niche and that means another account on HP. How do I handle Adsense with a second account? Many thanks
Since you are using the HP Amazon program, your details are listed on HubPages and not on Amazon. You can go to "my earnings" and follow the links. Here is the direct link:
With your new account, you can use the same Adsense and Amazon codes that you are using on your old account.
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