Pardon me for asking what might seem like a very silly question but I have to ask since I'm a newbee.
My Adsense pages shows one amount (a few pennies), and my Hubpages Ad Program Earning shows a different much smaller amount.
Does this mean that my total earning is the sum of both accounts? I know it seems obvious but I'm just double checking.
any idea why California residents are not eligible for amazon capsules?
California government introduced an internet sales tax to which Amazon rather would ditch the Affiliates in that area rather than pay the sales tax on behalf of affiliates.
And yeah. But I would start to write more and more hubpages on topics you know about to measure your percentage of traffic and work from there!
Actually California, Illinois and many other states just asked Amazon to pay sales tax like every other retailer does and they refused and cut off those affiliates instead.
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