Why hubpages not let me activate amazon ads.
why hubpages not let me activate amazon ads. I do have active amazon ID but whenever I opted for amazon capsule they put $ sign on my post with some warning to delete ad capsule. Is there a way to find out Why?
You have to make sure you have 50 words of text for every ad capsule. Also, you have to be careful not to put too many in each capsule.
you will need to balance the text and images with your ads... too many ads in your hubs are not good. It means that you need more text to post more amazon ads
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