My amazon status says set, while my adsense status says active... What does this mean? And for...
adsense to work to earn money, do I have to post any code or anything like that to my hubs, or is that all done automatically?
After you have filled out the affiliate section in your my account page you are ready to go. HubPages will automatically track your ad impressions for your hubs.
it means both are running on your account..you need not ad any code to your hub..adsense will publish ads by itself
by Tariq Sattar 2 years ago
About a week before I resubmitted my application to get my Google sense activated. At the time of submission of my gmail, I was immediately told that my gmail already has an adsense account. It surprised me a great detail.I proceeded with the application though - and in couple of hours or so I was...
by SaiKit 7 years ago
What does it means by "set" on the affiliate status? If I only get "set" for ebay and amazon...does that mean the programs aren't active for me? Did I just do something wrong if it's just "set" but not "active"? Or do I just have to wait?
by LeighMC 5 years ago
Hello hubbers.I am trying to get started with the Amazon Associate program, and have been rejected because I don't yet have enough content or followers.I currently have 10 featured hubs, and am busy with 11 and 12 today.At what stage will Amazon accept me into their program? What would be the ideal...
by Maniadorendimento 8 years ago
Amazon afiliate code says "set" not "active".Is it ok?Amazon afiliate code is aumentrendim-20 but I don't know if it is enoughor if I should I write something before about amazon like: amazon.com/aumentrendim-20?
by Jeff Berndt 8 years ago
My Amazon affiliate status is "set." Will it become "active" when someone makes a purchase?My AdSense status is "active," my Amazon status is "set." I haven't done anything differently in the settings. How do I get my Amazon status to be "active?"
by Nadeem Koudsi 2 years ago
If my Ad program not active, will Adsense automatically replace it?
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