How do I get into the "Source" tab in the view tab? Isn't that where I'm supposed to be putting all these codes I'm getting from the different affiliate programs?
I'm confused and I don't want to be putting hard work into something that I haven't set up correctly.
Thanks for any help.
It appears to me that you've got all of your affiliate programs set up correctly. Once they are all entered on the affiliate settings page we take of the rest. To use AdSense on your hubs, just set the ad level to anything except "None". To use Amazon or eBay just add a capsule to your hub. To use Kontera enable it on the hub. We'll rotate your affiliate ids into 60% of the page views on your hub.
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