You need to apply to each company seperately to be an affiliate for them. Ebay aren't accepting hubbers right now but if you have your own website you might be accepted if you apply with that URL.
Amazon seem to be accepting everyone so you shouldn't have a problem there. Here are the instructions: http://hubpages.com/faq/#amazon
by gms8 years ago
Where do I find the codes for amazon and e-bay for affiliate settings ? or is adsense all i need ?
by Audrey Selig7 years ago
Amazon says I need to redo most of my products, and I don't know what happened as the codes were there. Is there a fast way to do this? Can you sign in to Amazon once and then go back and forth fixing the problem....
by Susana S8 years ago
I thought my UK affiliate ID was working fine with HP as long as I chose amazon.com based products - seems I was very wrong! You do not get credited with any sales. If you only have a UK affiliate code, you need to...
by Philip Cooper8 years ago
Can anyone tell where I can paste Amazon HTML code which serves as a link to an Amazon product please?
by William F Torpey10 years ago
I'm still totally befuddled by all this computer stuff. I wrote Amazon but they didn't understand my question. This is my problem: Under Affiliate Settings, I posted the Affiliate ID Amazon gave me where it says...
by riotgrrrl9 years ago
My amazon affiliate account application was denied, can i re - apply for another one now that my hubpages are more developed?
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