How do you tell if your amazon.com affiliate account is active at your hubpages account?
Well hubpages tells you if it's active.
But if you're not sure, you can just click on one of your amazon links on a hub, buy something, and see if you get a comission. (Don't do that for adsense though.....)
Rather than buy something it's easier to go to "my account" click on your "affiliate settings" and make sure it says "set" next to your amazon tracking ID.
Then click on "check your amazon earnings", you will be prompted to sign in to amazon associates. Form there you can see if anyone has clicked through from your hubs and if any purchases have been made.
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