I have two featured hubs and did not have an Adsense account. Today I signed up for Amazon program and got approval. My question is can we participate in the Amazon and Ebay affiliate program without Google Adsense.
My eyes can't read an image that small... but I can just make out one of those lines saying 'incomplete'. I'd say that's your problem.
Can we participate in Amazon and ebay affiliate program without a Google Adsense account?
Apparently not, which is disappointing. That's what's stopping me from participating in Amazon Affiliate, too. I don't see why we must have an Adsense account.
Edit: That moment when I check again and only US citizens have to submit Tax Information. Yay.
Anyone wanting to earn money on this site should be reading the guides to how the affiliate programs work.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/maki … y-HubPages
tl;dr if you are using the entire integrated HubPages ad program, the short answer is no.
You can use your own Amazon affiliate account without going through the HubPages Ad Program, but most Hubbers prefer the Ad Program because it allows most Hubbers to earn on a higher tier more quickly. You should be able to just input your Amazon Associate ID without applying to the HP Earnings Program. You can input your ID here: https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/affiliate/amazon
You've been given the answer already and pointed at the pages where you can read more.
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