Is it okay to have amazon capsules while having a pending application for Google Adsense?
I still am having some trouble getting accepted in the Google Adsense Program. I just want to know if having amazon capsules affect application.
It's totally fine. I had amazon affiliate ads running while my application for Adsense was being processed and it was still accepted. Nothing to worry about.
Hi, my adsense account has been suspended so I can't use the adsense program here, but I still have my amazon capsule and it's working fine. The only thing is I find it's easy to earn money with adsense here than amazon but that's only my opinion. Thanks.
amazon has nothing to do with adsense...you can have it before getting admitted to adsense
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