My Amazon ads will not show results nor will it let me add my own choice of product in the capsule.
I have Amazon Affiliate ads account but when I add it to my article and try to get an ad choice, nothing works. I hit "preview" nothing happens...I add in a url, again...nothing. Nothing shows up after I publish the article either.
You just need to be more specific about your keywords that you enter. juts try to be very short like if you are writing on 'flyers as a business promotion' then keyword can be 'flyers' that you will search for. IF the problem still exists then you need to follow the link and ask for help:
by Stacie L2 years ago
I received a notice about being charged to keep my Amazon affiliate program active if I have no sales in 90 days. I'm sure others share this issue. Since I agreed to use Amazon under Hubpages program ID, I do earn more...
by Joanna14 months ago
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by Claire5 years ago
Do you add eBay and/or Amazon capsules to all of your hubs?
by Taleb AlDris4 years ago
I have a featured hub with 508 words but Google add no ads. It has a good traffic. Do you know why?
by maria sial6 years ago
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by David3 years ago
I just clicked one of my own ads by accident. Has anyone ever done this? Do you know if I will get an instant ban or is there a degree of tolerance to this? Surely it happens occasionally to many people. Am a bit...
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