I am in the process of adding my affiliate links in my affiliate settings, I already have an amazon affliate id from some time ago, the problem is that i signed up to the affiliate program from the uk amazon site. Does this matter or should i sign up to the us amazon affiliate site. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Getting your money is easier if you affiliate with the program that matches your home country.
Thanks for your reply relache. Have tried to use my uk affiliate id for amazon but after filling in all the information the amazon products are not recognized on my hub. Does any one know if hubpages is set up to only recognize the us affiliate site for amazon as it appears that the uk and us affiliate site require seperate registrations.
I'm pretty sure the HubPages Amazon capsule only recognises the US affiliate site. I'm in Australia so I've had to use the US one - and all I can earn is gift certificates
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