What product affiliate program would you like Hubpages to add to your hubs? (other than Amazon)
I seen someone mention on a Hubpages comment, that they wanted "Barnes and Noble" as a product affiliate on their hubs.
Amazon isn't worth it. I've been on Hubpages for 2 years and haven't sold one item with Amazon. Who are they kidding?
Chikita Ads would be good. They have them on Squidoo and earnings are not bad.
Hi Lady E and Ashley,
Yeah I agree with you Lady E, Amazon is a joke and they take website makers (such as us) as a joke as well. Google is where the real money is.
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 Satori7 years ago
Authoring Hubs is about sharing and spreading ideas. Most of what we do is word-based, and a capsule to show off related Zazzle stuff would be an eye-catching way to allow readers interested in those ideas to buy...
by Laura Schneider3 years ago
I tried to add an amazon capsule to a hub the other day. Hm. No results. In fact, a search on "book" turned up no results. Very interesting. The hub tool must be broken.Later, I went to check on my Amazon...
by Christin Sander4 years ago
http://illinoispolicy.org/amazon-associ … -decision/ According to the story above released yesterday, the supreme court has struck down the "Amazon tax" that caused Amazon to pull the plug on the...
by Lena Kovadlo7 years ago
What is the minimum I have to earn on Amazon Affiliate Program in order to actually get paid?Lena
by Robin Egerton3 years ago
Can anyone explain why Arkansas is not eligible to participate in the Amazon Affiliate program? Is there a way around that? Are there other ways I can monetize my hubs?
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