I looked through the questions and didn't see an answer to my dilemma about Amazon.
Once again I have been kicked out of the Amazon program, the first time when I actually signed up and this time when I opted in with HP's program with Amazon. So,,, what do I do with all the hubs that have Amazon capsules, since I no longer have an Amazon account to make money from? Do I delete them, leave them or what: Any help is appreciated. Thx. Rache.
You don't need personal amazon account. Join the HP Amazon program. HP will provide you with your affiliate code. How do you get kicked out of Amazon Associate program?
Amazon email: "you will no longer have access to Associates Central.This action was taken because we have not yet received a referral from your account. Accounts that have not referred a sale within in 180-days of sign-up are automatically rejected.
Just sign up for HP Amazon program. You don't need Amazon account, just Adsense.
TY Linda for commenting. FYI, I have been with HP since they started their joint HP and Amazon program. It is Amazon who sent me the email, not HP. My question extends to this: What happens when Amazon drops someone who is part of HP's program - which I am? And, the first part of my question still remains --- Do I delete the Amazon capsules since I no longer have an account with Amazon? I tried to access the Associates page and I have been blocked with the message that says I can reapply after 90 days.
Your personal account with Amazon is completely separate from the HP program which is why HP gives you the ID. If you are with HP program, leave your capsules alone as long as you have the ID provided by HP and not one from your personal amazon acc
TY Linda. Obviously it is not like I'm getting sales from them, so I'll leave them be. TYVM
You see sales on Earnings, Amazon Reports when you earn the commission instead of HP earning it. 40 percent of the time, the Products are under HP, and 60 percent is under your HP ID.
Any sales, clicks etc never show up on personal account
No, this is not my Amazon Associates account, it is my HP account which ends in "hub." I was kicked out of the Associates in April or May and never reapplied. When HP offered, I signed up with them and that is the only one I have now. TY
Rachel: HP will pay you for your commissions from any sales. The amounts are included with your monthly earnings. Instead of getting 4 percent for Amazon sales, with HP program, you earn 8 -8.5 percent, sometimes lower. No need to do anything.
I've been signed up on HP's Amazon program. It is HP's ID that HP gave me when I signed up with HP's Amazon Program that Amazon cited in email they are booting me from, not my Amazon Associates ID which has been defunct since April/May 2014.
i registered at amazon on my own then I add in my amazon ID at my account setting. Never been kick out yet. If you registred thru HP, do the same.
HP will add the HP amazon code. She can no longer use her personal ID since Amazon shut down her personal account.
I wrote to team@hubpages and they cleared it up for me. I've been in HP's Amazon program since March 2014 and even tho Amazon kicked me out, HP assures me I'm ok with their program. Now all I need is to get some sales! lol TYVM to both for answering.
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