I was about to sign up for an Amazon account but when I wrote my e-mail address as a new customer, it´s stated I have to write my password. I don´t have an Amazon account, so how can that be? It´s stated that I have. Now I have change my mind. Is it worth to have Amazon ads in my hubs? Please give me your opinion. Thank you.
Have you purchased a book or something off Amazon? You may have signed up and forgotten.
Amazon is good in hubs relating to items, not always so good in information hubs.
by Jack Lee4 weeks ago
From your own article...I have a unique case. In one of my articles, I recommemd a natural supplement that is good for joints.This product works for me. It is something I use myself. In this article, I have an Amazon...
by Andria5 years ago
*apologies if in the wrong sub-forum*It's a very very simple question. I'm not supposing the answer is equally simple. I'm kinda hoping that if an answer is forthcoming, no one is (HP team/hubbers) going to say 'if you...
by Liz Elias21 months ago
I don't make a lot of Amazon earnings/sales/referrals. I've had perhaps a maximum of 3 since I opened that affiliate account back in 2010.Today, I had to go in and change my email address on Amazon to the current...
by Lynne Modranski2 years ago
I am self published, so I add amazon modules to my hubpages where ever they are relevant. Lately I've noticed that my sales on Amazon don't line up with my royalties on hubpages. I can see a clickout...
by Fineprint6 years ago
Hi everyone. I just started here and put Amazon affiliates on my hubs. I already have an account for my blog, however I set up a new tracking ID. The problem is even though I have had over 50 views on...
by Eugene Brennan12 hours ago
How come these can't be placed in hubs? Some hubs can receive a lot of traffic from the UK, so ordering a product from the US would be more costly (or maybe there's no difference in delivery charge?)
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