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I signed up for the UK Amazon Partner program and added the code to the affiliates section but now i'm trying to add links. When I add the url or asin number it says No Amazon results found. I want to write a review about a UK product and link it to a UK product but it doesn't look like I can.
Is there anyway I can use the UK Amazon Partner program?
Could this be something which hubpages looks at?
It will cost about $15 for me to cash an Amazon cheque in dollars in a UK bank.
I wrote quite a few articles about soccer/football which gets a lot of UK traffic.... and that traffic is not going to be interested in paying $20 to get a $8 book delivered to the UK.... when that same book will be available on the UK Amazon with free super-saver delivery or whatever.
There are lots of UK 'markets' which I would like to infiltrate with sales pages, I cant cater for those at all...
The few UK writers on here can reach audiences that the US writers might not even think of seeking, so this would effectively be 'expansion' for hubpages...
Adsense works by showing geographically logical ads... e.g. I get ads for 'Hire Rodney Marsh As A Speaker' on my soccer ads (he is a former England player) and my balance is in £.
About 30% of my traffic is from the UK.... there would be some great scope for Hubpages to increase its revenue streams by negotiating with Amazon about this.
by Mary McShane2 years ago
I just got this email. Is terminating your account normal if you don't have any sales or referrals in 90 days????Hello,Thanks again for joining the Amazon Associates program. We’re reaching out to you because we...
by Will Apse2 years ago
There is a real need to purge Amazon ads from this site but there is a right way and a wrong way to go about it.Pages that have multiple Amazon ads but get good traffic from search engines are obviously not a problem....
by Susana S8 years ago
I thought my UK affiliate ID was working fine with HP as long as I chose amazon.com based products - seems I was very wrong! You do not get credited with any sales. If you only have a UK affiliate code, you need to...
by Adam Harkus23 months ago
Not that I was making any money from them, but why has my directly related Amazon product link been snipped in the hub-pro edit ?I could understand snipped competitor products, but what is the point of having ebay /...
by Barbara C8 years ago
I have just had my amazon affiliate account approved & I didn't realise that any products I wanted to link to my hubs would be shown in Dollars and not Sterling.Is there an easy way of rectifying this or do I have...
by Adventure Colorad7 years ago
Now that the general Hubpages population can join the Hubpages ad program I have to wonder, is it worth it? I have been with Hubpages about two months and have only gained a couple clicks on Adsense. Do I...
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