Is it possible to link hubs to Amazon.co.uk rather than Amazon. com?
I've added my Amazon.co.uk affiliate details to one of my hubs, it was accepted in My Account and shows up as 'active', yet the ads being served on my hub are from Amazon.com. The two are not connected as I can't sign into Amazon.com with my .co.uk account details.
Is there a way to use my Amazon.co.uk details or do I have to sign up again separately for Amazon dot com (and if so why is the .co.uk showing as 'active' here) ?
my reading of the tea leaves is that you have to sign up with Amazon.com for hub purposes. I did spend quite a lot of time reading all the info...but I could be wrong! It will be interesting to see whether the expert Hubbers say the same.
I believe your tea leaves are probably better than my coffee grains which told me 'Let's put in Amazon.co.uk at the Affiliate link and see if it works'. It accepted my codes etc and showed up as 'active', so I believed it at the time...
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