how do I add a HTML link from MY Amazon Associates account to my hubpage article
You don't need to. As long as you have your Amazon set up on your account page you should be good to go. If you don't have your Amazon set up here is how you do that: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/crea … te-account
Thanks Susan...It's done and it was so easy. Your step by step instructions were awesome! My first post should be done shortly!
by Mary McShane20 months ago
I just got this email. Is terminating your account normal if you don't have any sales or referrals in 90 days????Hello,Thanks again for joining the Amazon Associates program. We’re reaching out to you because we...
by jenblacksheep16 months ago
When I originally started on Hubpages eons ago I had an Amazon Associates account. I never earned enough money on it for a payout (because I'm in the UK and its Amazon US). Anyway, I just tried to log back into it (I...
by Gordon Hamilton2 years ago
Every day (or almost every day), I go on to my Amazon Associates account to check stats. Today, I saw my income for the month to date had reduced from when I checked it yesterday. Thinking it was due perhaps to returns...
by Lena Kovadlo6 years ago
Today, someone I know ordered a book I showcased on one of my hubs (in the amazon capsule). When I go to my amazon associates account I do not see any orders for today's date. I know that the person ordered some other...
by Nitin Pillai14 months ago
Can I use my hubpages amazon associates account on other blogging sites as well, or do I need a new amazon associates account?
by Sherry Hewins2 years ago
I never have before, but in the past week I have made 6 separate sales through Amazon. Just wondering if anybody else is having this experience. Maybe it's just a fluke.
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