I joined as an amazon affiliate and i dont see any advertisements yet, did i do something wrong?
alsooo...how do I add tags to my profile???
I see them on your hubs, but not many. First, add more content. Using multiple capsules in your hubs will allow more places for the ads to go. Also, make sure the ad setting is not set to low while editing your hub (this option is at the top of the page while in edit mode, under settings - options are none, low, medium, and high).
by Britton King9 years ago
I dont know internet language or how to cut paste link blink #$%^&&&* I AM FRUSTRATED, NO ONE WILL PICK UP A PHONE TO HELP OUT AN OLD GIRL. I do have a good score and have decent traffic but without a...
by lillyrobertson6 years ago
Hi I have signed up with eBay & Amazo, but my ads for those are not showing. Just the google is showing, which I'm still waiting for the email.I was just wondering ow long it would take for eBay & Amazon ads to...
by Will Apse23 months ago
The way that HP uses affiliate is unique among larger sites that rely heavily on natural search.Here individual affiliate ads are scattered through the site in a pretty random way. On other sites affiliate ads are...
by Januaris Saint Fores2 hours ago
The small Amazon icon is not appearing, and the text is not underlined! You can only know it's a link when you click on it. Anyone else seeing this or is it a problem with my phone?
by Lena Kovadlo6 years ago
Today, someone I know ordered a book I showcased on one of my hubs (in the amazon capsule). When I go to my amazon associates account I do not see any orders for today's date. I know that the person ordered some other...
by Steve Andrews4 years ago
When it was first introduced I was annoyed by it but made an effort to tweak my hubs to get them out of Idle status. Now, a whole load have got zzs against them again and many of them are hubs that at one point were...
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