Why does my Amazon account show "set" & not "active" like my AdSense account?
My Amazon account shows only 3 clicks since I've started.
it should be fine. they all say that. just make sure your code that you entered is exactly the same as it shows on your amazon account. many of us have asked the same question.
Other than adsense all other ad networks are "set" and not active. If your amazon is "set" then there is nothing wrong with clicks. You just need traffic that converts.
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