Hi all, I have tried my best to find an answer to this question but have had no luck. I have been away from HubPages for awhile and see that Amazon is now included in the Ad program. My problem is that my Amazon account was cancelled 1-2 years ago for what I thought had to do with where I lived (illinois) Now, I see that Amazon is in the Ad program but my Amazon account is still closed. Do I make another account or is this even possible? Or, is it even necessary? Does the Ad program still pay me as long as there are Amazon ads on my hubs? Any light that could be shed on this I would be grateful for. Thanks in advance.
Amazon is NOT part of the in-house ad program. Yet. It was discussed in the fall of 2011, but there was a lot of protest and it hasn't been mentioned since. No one knows what's up with those developments at this time.
Have you looked into the possibility of replacing your Amazon Capsules with Ebay Capsules?
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