Are these easy to setup can anyone run one?
Have been thinking of doing this but not sure how hard they are to organise. Do you have to have your own website to start or can you do them on a blog. Thanks
Eileen - check out the discussion forums on amazon associates - they are relatively simple but in general it doesn't sound like many people make money on them unless they are on a really specific buying site or blog.
actually I don't know how thats going to go for you, I mean A's are free, I can use them all day.
Create an astore for Hubs
http://hubpages.com/hub/Make-Money-with … -Affiliate
Use an astore with blogger
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Embed-Am … ogger-Blog
using an astore with wordpress
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Add-an-A … ress-Theme
A-stores are very easy - one version is hosted and can be linked to from anywhere that you can link out from - at HP that would be considered one of your aff links per hub
When you have your own blogs and sites, the astore can be embedded into the site.
They all work equally well.
Setting one up is as easy as shopping at amazon - instead of clicking add to cart you just click add to astore
Thanks very much for all your help will do that thanks again
a-store is very easy to set up, you might want to create a geo-targetting frame around it to get teh very best income though.
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