I am a bit concerned that I show nothing with Amazon affiliate.I wish they would show # of impressions,but it just makes me wonder why no clicks.I guess its tempting for me to go to a different IP and click through to see if it registers.It just seems that with the amount of hubs i have and views that i would have at least a click or two--adsense seems to have it's share.
You should be able to see the number of impressions by logging on to your amazon control panel.
Amazon has never shown impressions. They do show clicks, purchases and items shipped (what you get paid for). If you're seeing no clicks, it means no clicks. You might think about what products you're offering and if they are truly useful and complimentary to the content you have with them.
For example, on your Hub about Famous People Born in 1941, you have a microwave oven, a smoker thermometer, some sort of can opener and the dvd for Serial Mom. Instead of leaving the products to random choice, you should make them related.
what i was doing there was trying a little more unrelated items to see if the bad role might change--Thanks for the info
I solved this problem a few days ago by hitting edit on the amazon capsule. This will bring up a tab that will allow you to search by the asin number. You can find the asin number by opening a separate window and going to the amazon.com website yourself. Lets say your writing about the book Grapes of Wrath. Search for the book and it will bring up the asin number with the product description. Plug the asin number in the the amazon capsule and then you will have a couple of products related to your hub topic.
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