I have successfully added Google Adsense to my Hubs and impressions and clicks from Hubpages show up in my Adsense account. I decided to add Amazon to my Hubs; but I'm not sure it's set properly.
I use Amazon on my own Web site; so I do have an Amazon Affiliate account. On my Hubpages' "my account" page, my Amazon status reads "set". Should it read "active" like my Adsense setting? I added my profile page to my Amazon account, less than 1 week ago. Is it just a matter of time? Or, did I miss something in the set-up?
I read somewhere that "set" actually means that it is active.
Amazon should show "set". Now you just have to add Amazon capsules to your hubs.
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