I can't manage to get a PID number from eBay or Amazon. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I am signed up with Google but ... that's it. Can anyone advise me? Thanks! Cindi Pearce
eBay has replaced there commission junction affiliate program, so until we have integrated with their new program you're just going to have to wait (we'll have things ready in a couple weeks). As for Amazon, you're not looking for a PID. These instructions should still be correct:
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