Can I get approval from amazon, if I have no adsense a/c and residing in India. Is there is any conditions for amazon related to the duration of hubpages a/c?
As far as I know, Amazon will approve almost anyone, and many people from India have Amazon accounts long before they get Adsense. Go for it!
I'd go for it like Wry-Lit says. But, FYI, Amazon, as of last week, is not 'taking' as affiliates, an residents of Colorado, North Carolina and I think Texas.
Seems there's a law on the books in these states that Amazon is not in agreement with. But I hear that eventually, I'll not be punished because the legislature enacts a law that Amazon finds objectionable.
THANKS a lot WryLilt and teamrn , for your information.
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