I had applied for Amazon affiliation giving the web URL as http://hubpages.com. It has been rejected by saying
"We need a complete and valid URL for the website where you intend to display links to Amazon before we can process an application. If you're using Hubpages, we need the URL of your specific page.
If you do have your own URL, please resubmit your application and remember to include the URL of your website."
Can anybody tell me which address should I give, my profile link or any specific page link.
Thanks in advance.
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