I am new to Hubpages and I signed up as an Amazon Affiliate. The instructions on their website are: Just highlight and copy the HTML code to the left, then paste it into the code for your Web site. Can anybody explain how and where I do this because I am really stuck!
You need to follow the instructions that HubPages gives, not Amazon's. You do not code Hubs like you do pages when you run your own website.
The instructions can be found in both the FAQ (the "help" link) or the Learning Center.
by Earl Noah Bernsby 5 years ago
*ARGH!* After having searched the help guides, FAQs, and old forum posts, I simply have not had any luck in finding an answer to my question about Amazon/eBay affiliate payments. If someone could answer this question for me, or perhaps provide a needed kick in the keister towards the relevant...
by nightnight 6 years ago
Hi I was wondering how everyone ads their own affiliate link for amazon products. If I just add the ISBN into the amazon capsule, will i get the credit if there is a sale? Just a bit worried that it isn't tracked?Any ideas?Thanks
by jagandelight 8 years ago
I signed up with Amazon over a month and half ago and there has been no activity to the account. I notice that the setting in the Affiliate Code box is in a vanilla yellow color with the code written in, and in the Status line it's marked set, unlike Adsense its marked Active. What am I doing...
by freelanceauthor 9 years ago
Hi I just joined hubpage 5 days ago and I have some following questions:1. How do you promote your amazon and ebay affiliate products in your hubs? Do they just appear like google adsense? or you have to manually do the pasting of html in your hubs?(I think there is no html available in hubs)2. I...
by Audrey Selig 8 years ago
I am confused about putting a product on my hub. I can do the product, but if I try to imbed the description, it is HTML. I cannot find an answer at Amazon or in the FAQ here. I am a new associate. Thanks.
by Keith Schroeder 23 months ago
Amazon changed their affiliate program yesterday by cutting the payout for most affiliates by half or more. Has HubPages addressed how these changes will affect content providers here?
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