Just curious, why is adsense marked as 'active', but all other affiliates as 'set'? What is the difference?
If all are active, shouldn't they all say active, or just say active for whichever affiliates are active.
If waiting to be confirmed or whatnot, say 'unconfirmed' in the status field.
by SaiKit 8 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 Samuel E. Richardson 8 years ago
When I go to my Affiliates page, there's a button next to the three affiliates I signed up with that says "Configure." Does this mean I've left something undone? I've already entered the I.D. numbers they gave me. So why is the "configure" button still there?
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
We are going to increase Amazon earnings for most of you! Amazon is becoming part of the HP Earnings program. In early November folks will have the opportunity to switch to get paid their Amazon earnings through the HP Earnings program. For new Hubbers, this will greatly simplify...
by SunSeven 7 years ago
With regard to Amazon's cancellation of California affiliates, will HP continue to let hubbers who live in other places earn from that affiliate program by keeping the Amazon capsules on already existing hubs or will you do away with it altogether and bring in alternative revenue streams?ebay...
by LaMamaLoli 9 years ago
Hello all, I have joined amazon affiliates and put in my code on the affiliates page. It says "set" and the code is highlighted light pink. My adsense line however says active and is not pink. Does this mean that I am not linked yet? Or does it only change to active if someone has clicked...
by Keith Schroeder 2 years 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?
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