Can you apply for an Amazon Affiliates account if you only write on hubpages, if you don't have...
a blog or webpage?
Hey Tinatreasures, yes you can still apply for Amazon's affiliate program. You tell Amazon who and where you plan on using your new affiliate power, which is HubPages. There is no restriction to becoming an affiliate, that I know of, it is free.
You should not have trouble opening an Amazon Account but an ebay account is another long lengthy process...
I got an amazon affiliate account even without mentioning I was using hubpages (or any other website), so it shouldn't be a problem unless things have recently changed
There is no trouble while opening your account but i can suggest you that You need one website with some content to apply for amazon affiliate network. You can open blogger blog and write content on that blog for one month then apply to amazon affiliate network. Getting your own domain is much better before applying.
by caninecrtitics 7 years ago
I have amazon sales always buy now and now the only sales i'm seeing are from my website nothing from hubpages links. Anyone else seeing this. Or have any suggestions on what to do. I've check each channel and nothing.Please Help
by Keith Ham 5 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any money on hubs as it is but this isn't helping anything.
by Whitney 10 years ago
Ok, so today I noticed that for the past several months, since I've been at HubPages, my amazon affiliates ID was wrong... I somehow managed a "!" at the end of my ID. But, I could have sworn that it was there when I copied it from Amazon Affiliates site to here. But, now I see the ID...
by escafeld 11 years ago
Hi, not sure if this query is covered elsewhere but I haven't looked (!!)I currently have an amazon.co.uk affiliate account but have noticed that all amazon affiliate stuff on hubpages is linked to amazon.com. THis means that my amazon affiliate code does not work on hubpages as I've not signed up...
by Keith Schroeder 18 months ago
Amazon changed their affiliate program yesterday by cutting the payout for most affiliates by half or more. Has HubPages addressed how these changes will affect content providers here?
by SIJO1 7 years ago
I have an amazon account set up with amazon.co.uk that is set up on hubpages. All the adds on my hubs are in dollars do i need to sign up at amazon.com or is being on amazon.co.uk ok?
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