I already have two Amazon IDs. Do I have to have a separate one for the Hubpages and does that mean signing up for yet another account which will only be for Hubpages?? I thought it was sufficient to add Hubpages to 'My website info' and i could go on using my old ID ??
Can anyone help me ??
Thanks a lot,
You can use one of your existing IDs. You don't need another account. If I recall correctly, if you want to separate your hub info in order to track your income, you can add more than one ID to an existing account.
Go up to the top RH corner to the blue square where it shows you your tracking ID.
Click on the 'Manage' link just below the ID
This will take you to a screen where you can add another tracking ID.
Or you can just use one of your existing tracking IDs. There's no limit to the sites you can use an ID on from what I remember.
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