I'm signed up with Ebay and Amazon in the UK, but when I create a hub I see I get the US versions - can I use my UK affiiliate IDs or do I need US IDs?
Obviously, a newbie. I have signed up for ebay and amazon, but don't know how to proceed further to create revenue generation. I don't see any results pertaning ti any of my hubs when I try to add thier links. Can anybody guide me?
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 Whitney9 years ago
Ok, so today I noticed that for the past several months, since I've been at HubPages, my amazon affiliates ID was wrong... I somehow managed a "!" at the end of my ID. But, I could have sworn that it was there...
by lillyrobertson6 years ago
Hi I have signed up with eBay & Amazo, but my ads for those are not showing. Just the google is showing, which I'm still waiting for the email.I was just wondering ow long it would take for eBay & Amazon ads to...
by Christineharper7 years ago
Hi Im new to Hub pages but I am really looking forward to sharing my ideas and interest with the internet. I need help with my Amazon Associates. Where on your web page to yoou copy and paste the HTML code that links...
by brandonhart1006 years ago
blogs.wsj.com/digits/2011/03/02/walmarts-pitch-for-amazon-affiliates/Interesting, I wonder if this will open any doors for Hubbers in years to come with Wal-mart.
by escafeld10 years ago
Hi, not sure if this query is covered elsewhere but I haven't looked (!!)I currently have an amazon.co.uk affiliate account but have noticed that all amazon affiliate stuff on hubpages is linked to amazon.com. THis...
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