I just joined not long ago and while I am earning on the Ad Program, I have no earnings from Amazon. It is active so what am I doing wrong?
Scanning your hubs I didn't find a single amazon ad. Unless I missed some, that's an obvious reason you haven't earned from Amazon.
Oh ok, so how do I add them. Quick tutorial please
There is an option to add Amazon capsules just like you;d add a text or video capsule. Once you add it, search for a specific product you're looking for, and you're all set.
Or you can add a text link. This means you have to mention the product in a natural way within your writing (if you can't do that, then it shouldn't be on your hub at all).
Highlight the anchor text, click the link symbol. Then you can copy the product URL from Amazon and paste it in, or you might see the exact product you want under the Amazon tab on the linkydinky thing.
....to be more accurate, they have to buy SOMETHING. It doesn't have to be the product you link to.
by Jonathan Wylie 14 months ago
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by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
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by Catherine Giordano 9 months ago
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by Susana Serer 8 months ago
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by Rada Heger 11 days ago
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by WriteAngled 6 years ago
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