I completed what I needed to complete in order to be a part of the Amazon.com affiliate program, and I posted my affiliate code where it was supposed to go on Affiliate Settings. But no Amazon ads show up. Did I miss a step?
That's right Leo, I prefer to use the specific products then you can choose the items that appear. Much higher relevancy.
by Kristen2 years ago
I have an Amazon Program Affiliate code through Hubpages and it was my understanding that I would split traffic with Hubpages 60/40. However, this morning when I ran a check on my hubs, I have not seen my ID appear in...
by David Branagan2 months ago
Hi everyone,I am trying to configure Amazon in 'External Affiliate Settings' although it looks like I do not have this option. It only seems to be an option under 'HubPages Earnings Program Settings'. Does anyone else...
by Paul Guzman7 years ago
Anyone know why I can't update the settings on the amazon edit window.When I enter the AISN number or keyword search I get "No Amazon results found".Yes I do have my affiliates settings correct on the...
by BrainStorm9 years ago
I removed my eBay and amazon affiliat ids from settings.Still ebay and amazon ads are shown when a user visits my page via a search engine.What is interesting is that the it is not shown when i myself visit my pages...
by Stephanie Das4 years ago
I have never had this problem before. When I am editing my hub, my amazon capsules are there, but once I publish it they disappear. All of my other capsules are there. How can I fix this?
by whitney_1859 months ago
So, my hub was recently "selected" to be edited (Woo! What an honor!) by HubPages. I thought this was pretty cool and was excited to see what would happen. What happened?They deleted my Amazon links (no...
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