My Affliliate Settings have CONFIGURE and ACTIVE. I am showing no earnings. Help!
What am I doing wrong? My Affliliate Settings have CONFIGURE and ACTIVE. Neither Google or Amazon show earnings.
my Amazon account for 2 years now has not shown a single earning. what am i also doing wrong. can anyone help?
My amazon account didn't go to active until about eleven months after I joined Hubpages. Adsense will show "active" as soon as someone clicks on of the adsense ads on you hubs.
Thanks, Wesman. Both accounts say ACTIVE on the right but CONFIGURE on the left. When I look at reports, I am seeing no data.
Lawretta, I hope we find answers. I have been digging through the hubs hoping to find some tidbits that I can understand. If I find something, I will let you know. :-)
I sure hope someone answers this question I also have zero earnings on both Kontera and Amazon. On the other hand my adsense and hubpage earnings are just fine in fact I have recieved checks from google.
I have no earnings on amazon for six months.My adsense is not active on amazon. Iam verified with google webmaster, I have external websites.But no earnings. If anybody has any suggestions .
Amazon will not show any earning until someone actually buys something, so it may take some time. For me, it has not happened yet :-(
Google adsense seems to work best when you have more traffic and click so it may work slowly until we get more traffic. Hang in there.
It takes time to build up your traffic (I have written some tips about increasing traffic). However, only after 6 months did I start to show a few cents trickling in ... even now it still hasn't reached large amounts. I believe it will take a good year or two to get to a level where you are earning a reasonably amount, but only if you keep writing and marketing. Realistically you need to have a decent amount of hubs (say 100 or more) and traffic of at least 200+ views per day (preferably much more if possible).
Don't do it just for the money, enjoy the experience! Hubpages is fun and some money should come in eventually :-)
try getting more types of adds
ebay and other
plus it takes time
i only have 5 c
i thought i would at least have 5$ by now lol
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