On my affiliate settings, my amazon status says "set" but not "active", like my google adsense setting does. Does this mean I do not have it set up properly or does it not matter?
When all is working correctly, AdSense says "active" and all of the other affiliates, including Amazon, say "set", so you're all...set.
Mine says "set" too. And I sold 36 items yesterday at Amazon. So you are good!
Thank you so much for clearing that up for me! I'm new here so I still have questions about almost everything
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