When signing up for an affiliate program, what do I put down for the name of my website and URL?
I just signed up here at HP and would like to take advantage of AdSense and the Amazon affiliate programs. But when I went to sign up, they ask for the name and URL of my website. Do I just list "HubPages" as the name? Do I put the URL to my account here? Help please!
Use your REAL Name, since this is who will get paid. And the url should be the url of your website, if you do not have one you can probably just put the url of your hub profile.
For Google Adsense it would be best to use the URL where you will be using Adsense the most. If it is for another affiliate marketing program then I would just consider how its being used. If it is just links, you could use HubPages, but if not think about where these affiliate program would work best at.
Some places are going to look at where you affiliate media is going to, so be sure it follows there rules and regulations so your able to get paid.
You should use the URL of your profile when applying to affiliate programs through HubPages. As far as the name, you can use "Username on HubPages" (inserting your username).
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