I am new to hub pages, just joined 2 months back. So, far I have posted 15 articles (all are featured) and around 1000 visitors visited my hubs.I have applied for Google Ad sense, but it will take some time (maybe 6 months) to get it approved. In the meantime, I am using Amazon alone.
So, just wanted to know, whether using the Amazon program can effect in Ad sense approval? Should I continue it till I get the Ad sense and then will shift to HP Program?
You can use Amazon alone if you use your own Amazon Affiliate code. Just place that code in the proper place on your earnings settings page.
Once you get your AdSense account, sign up for the HubPages earnings program. You can also sign up for Amazon under the HubPages earnings program if you wish, or just keep using your own affiliate account.
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Thanks for the information Glenn. I will continue with Amazon for now.
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