I signed up for the Amazon Affiliate Program. I received an E-mail from them saying I was in the program, along with a special "password," etc..however, when I check "earnings" on my account page, it says: Amazon - not active. Does that mean no one has bought anything yet (which I understand) or that my membership with the affiliate program never went through, and here I am all this time thinking it had?
Have you input your Amazon account number for Amazon yet? You click on configure and input it.
Did you read this page: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/crea … te-account
Particularly, Step 5, Enter your Associates ID at HubPages.
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