I am trying to change to the new Amazon program. I logged into my HP Earnings page, click "settings" and see no option for Amazon under Settings. What am I doing wrong?
For now, there are separate sections under "earnings". One section is for the HP ad program and Ebay. Then, farther down, there's the section for external affiliates (Google and Amazon). The new "Amazon thing" that's been mentioned in the forums isn't "up and running" yet.
by Paul Edmondson3 years ago
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by Paul Edmondson5 years ago
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by Marina3 years ago
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