I'm new here. I have a question about the affilitate codes. My girlfriend is a member of Adsense, amazon, and commission junction, so can I just use her codes?
I think that's fine (as long as you don't mind her getting all of your revenue, of course).
That's fine, really. I just want to write, so if it helps out her, then that's cool.
by Susannah Birch 8 years ago
After reading a lot of posts lately complaining about Ebay (kicking a lot of affiliates + impossible to get account almost) and Kontera (barely worth the money with less than 100k hits a month), I want to know if HP is considering changing and/or adding to the current affiliates.I don't know a lot...
by Earl Noah Bernsby 5 years ago
Hey all,I posted this query in an older thread of mine with no joy. In retrospect, I probably should have posted the question independently:
by Nathan Bernardo 6 years ago
Going to start a website, want to know my options in terms of advertising and making money. Any help is much appreciated.
by David Covey 5 years ago
I live in Minnesota, which is one of the states that Amazon has chosen to stop doing business with due to a state tax imposed upon Amazon, for Amazon affiliates in this state. For this reason, I can no longer monetize the Amazon module. I wanted to suggest the possibility of another affiliate...
by Jimmy the jock 11 years ago
Ebay is already a Hubpages affiliate but Ebay is also a part of Commision Junction would it be possible to integrate more advertisers from Commision Junction into hubpages, sometimes the other advertisers on Commision Junction would provide a more suitable product than you can find on ebay.....jimmy
by Rochelle Frank 7 years ago
To Californians and others a have had Amazon cancellations: Though I don't write to target Amazon products, I did get some revenue from them and always added a few items to each hub. Some of them were added specifically because they had a relation to my subject, and sometimes they also added to the...
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