I'm new here and I have a question...I don't know if this is a problem. But My Adsense status is on "active". My Amazon is on "set" Why is it not "active" like Adsense? Do I have to do something to make it active?
That is okay. My AdSense says active but the rest of my affiliates say set and I'm earning money through them.
by Leigh Cann4 years ago
Hello hubbers.I am trying to get started with the Amazon Associate program, and have been rejected because I don't yet have enough content or followers.I currently have 10 featured hubs, and am busy with 11 and 12...
by SaiKit7 years ago
What does it means by "set" on the affiliate status? If I only get "set" for ebay and amazon...does that mean the programs aren't active for me? Did I just do something wrong if it's just...
by Tariq Sattar2 years ago
About a week before I resubmitted my application to get my Google sense activated. At the time of submission of my gmail, I was immediately told that my gmail already has an adsense account. It surprised me a great...
by Keith Ham4 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any...
by Donnacha C7 years ago
I have been approved by Amazon, which is great and I have set my ID on the affiliate settings and all that, but all it shows that it is set but not active....any reasons for that?many thanks
by DJ4 years ago
I tried signing up tonight as an Amazon affiliate, and ended up with an error message telling me that thid program was not allowed in North Carolina! I've seriously lost an opportunity to make money this...
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