Is there any way to know which hub produced a sale when we are part of Hub Pages Amazon Program? If not, it would be nice if we could.
In " My account," click earnings, then click Amazon Sales Report in the tabs at the top. This tells you which item has sold. Unless you sell the same item on several hubs, you will know which hub it came from.
iinnerspin: There is nothing about which hub the sale came from. One of my sales was an icemaker. I didn't have any hubs for something like that when the sale was made.
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