So i got all the IDs for Google, Amazon and Kontera, but google is the only one that seems to working. Beside google it says "active" while the others, amazon and knotera, just say "set". And when i go to apply Kontera to all my hubs, it doesn't appear to be working.
"Set" is what they are supposed to say. Kontera is only visible on your hub when you are logged out of HubPages. It may also take up to 24 hours for their ads to appear.
And as long as you are set with Amazon, you ad the items to your hub.
Yep, use Amazon modules to add amazon products to your hubs!
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