i have 9 hubs but i don't have any fans or any comments and how do i put amazon ad's on my hubs,and e-bay , where i can sell thank you
Have you gone to 'Help' and looked through the FAQ and the guide yet?
The amazon and ebay stuff is an add on. When you edit there's a menu of add ons on the upper right of the screen--look for the one that says amazon and ebay. Just click it and it will put those modules at the end of your hub (you can reorder them though).
Just play around and look at the screen, most of the stuff is pretty easy to find but I know it can be overwhelming too the first time you see it.
Have you signed up For Amazon and EBay? You need to have an account and put your id in the affiliates section of HubPages before you can add them to your Hubs successfully.
There are loads of Hubs and Forum threads giving advice on how to use Amazon, Ebay and Adsense on HubPages - just type into the search box and go for it.
I'm new here as well...I'm still waiting for my adsense to be approved and have yet to sign up for Amazon and ebay. So just the ID are needed for these?
Thanks for the tip!
by eculligan 8 years ago
I can see contextual advertising being a source of income but wouldn't think that hubs would be making a lot of revenue from ebay and amazon. If people are really making money then perhaps I'll give it a try.
by Heather Edgens 6 years ago
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by Misha 7 years ago
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by Laura Schneider 5 years ago
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by joel_berry925 10 years ago
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by Karen and Lesley 10 years ago
So you won't fall into the same trap as we did and by that I mean reading the instructions. We have been hubbing for about 3 months and it wasn't until very recently that we realized that we needed to sign up to Ebay and Amazon in order to get paid. NO WONDER WE WEREN'T MAKING VERY...
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