Just a newbie question:
I don't affiliates ID with Amazon yet. If I get one, is it like Google Adsense ID: I can use on any site once I get one ?
Yes you can - though you can use different tracker codes to distinguish your clicks from different sites - its more like an affiliate program than adsense - you only get paid if they buy
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