I know it seems like a lame question, but if I include a link to Amazon from a Hub, will this link show the reader my Amazon page with my name and information? Ideally, I would like the Amazon page to come up without me logged in as the user.
That's not how the Amazon capsule works. It links to specific products that you choose either by the name of the product (boots, toys, etc) or by the number of the product that you enter in. It will in no way be linked to your own personal Amazon account other than if you have set up your Amazon affiliate code properly here at HubPages, you will be able to get credit for any products they buy (and are shipped and not returned) via their tracking system.
The Amazon capsule on your Hubpage will have your Amazon Associates ID. While this can be traced back to you, it is fairly unlikely.
Can you clarify your concern?
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