Hi, I am completely lost! I can WRITE my Hubs but I don't understand the techie terms and I haven't a clue how to sign up to the affiliates. How does all this stuff actually work? Also, there's a TON of fields to fill in on the eBay thing and it's overwhelming....
if your still lost in a month KB I'm building a site for people to get unlost.. unfortunately its not up yet so hopefully these good people can help you out here they got me on my feet a year ago, just don't take their criticisms as anything but constructive criticism and fun joshing, they are a lively bunch and there all about having a great time! (but as writers were all a bit synical right?)
Check out the sticky and the help tab. that should help you.
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Tried that Whitney thanks, it's the techie terms that get me and they use 'em in the help section too!!!
Here you go:
I wrote it for a friend who knew nothing of hubs or computers.
I guess what I'm asking is how do you know if you're registered correctly with each affiliate. A couple of my affiliates have 'active' in the right hand margin but yet another is asking me if I have inserted the correct code. How do you know if your details are listed correctly? And can you lose revenue if you have published Hubs that are attracting traffic but haven't finalised the affiliate stuff?
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