I have been noticing this for some time. Many times i go into my hubs and the product links added from amazon which were originally tested and ok seem to not include my full amazon id. Part of the id is missing and so is not tracked, always the first 4 digits of the id. Why is this? I can verify that this happens a lot.
You do realize that part of the time that HubPages Amazon ID will be affiliated with the Hubs, right?
by Sally Gulbrandsen5 months ago
I have always added my Products via a keyword search but I have been asked to add a couple of products via links instead. I am not sure whether my being in the UK makes a difference but should I be adding links from...
by Ben Guinter2 years ago
Can someone please explain this to me, as this hub was on HubPages for YEARS and saw a ton of traffic, but then I took it down... and only recently decided to bring it back, because I remember how helpful it was and how...
by Jane@CM7 years ago
I read my amazon report about once every two weeks and have never had a click through. I found a link checker in my Amazon associates page and put one of my hubs in in and get this message:Fail: The link above was...
by Solaras4 weeks ago
It just occurred to me that I might have been able to get commissions on my holiday Amazon purchases, if I had entered through one of my HP amazon links. Is that against TOS?
by Glenn Stok2 years ago
I have just noticed today that many of my hubs where I reference other author's hubs and included a link to their profile, the URL has been shortened to just "hubpages.com" - thereby removing the actual link...
by luisj3052 years ago
When I check out my affiliate id under the earnings-settings tab I see an affiliate id that I can't find in my associate account via the amazon webpage the one which shows up is completely different. Therefore I'm...
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