I employ Amazon ads on my hubs. I would like to know how I can tell which Amazon ID I am using, as something has arisen that requires me to know.
Go to your Earnings page and look at the line for the Amazon Program. The affiliate code listed there is the one that you're using in all the Amazon capsules.
If you've made your own text links (i.e. without using HubPages' built-in link maker), then your only option is to go through each Hub and check.
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