I signed up with Adsense and Amazon when I signed up with Hubpages. So, I basically got the ids through Hubpages?
Can I use the same affiliate id on my blogs? Or do I need another one?
Once you've got 'em, you've got 'em. Use them rather than say applying for another with Adsense - you can't have two accounts, a big no-no.
Make sure your Amazon affiliate is set up for the country you're aiming at. All have different start numbers, like 20 or whatever.
Nothing worse than getting buyers but it doesn't count because you're using the wrong countries id.
You can use the ID's anywhere. With amazon, you can create other ID's to use, if you're wanting a little more tracking of your sales.
Thanks Frogdropping and Whitney05!
That indeed answered my question.
Thanks a lot!
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