I'm fairly new at the affilate thing. I assumed that adsense and amazon put ads on you hubs automaticly. How do I know which ones are google, and which ones are amazon.
Or am I supposed to place the ads myself or what? If I knew more about what I'm supposed to be doing. It would help greatly.
Some of the information I was getting before is no longer there.
i think, but not sure, google does its own thing, amazon is up to you. check the GUIDE? or i know there is an affiliate link that explains it. ? good luck, wish i could help more.
Read the words on those pictures. I'm sorry I couldn't control myself.
Justine has it right, Amazon does not show unless you specifically insert Amazon capsule and configure it. All regular ads in your share of impressions are adsense. Merry Xmas
Configure your settings with your Affiliate IDs then add the needed capsule for eBay and Amazon. For Adsense, the ads will show up automatically according to your hub content.
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