I'm still having a problem logging into Amazon.com. My affiliates setting says it is at 'set' and not at 'active'. What do I need to do to get it 'active'?.] I have followed the step-by-step instructions and I don't see a window where it says 'Customise Links, Basic Display or 'Update HTML'.
Hi Dot - "Set" is the same as "active", so it looks like it should all be working fine. Click on the link "go to my amazon account" in your affiliate settings and log in. You'll be able to see if you've had any clicks or sales.
I wondered the same thing. Mine is still at set and I have sold something from one of my hubs and recieved the money for selling that item. So I may be wrong but I think set will do just fine.
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