How can I set up an Amazon tracking ID in my second hubpages account which is different from my 1st account?
Had been there Wrylilt but I dn't know what ID to enter in the box.
Yes, under Add Tracking ID. Thanks, Wrylilt. I will go there now.
Done adding up my 2nd tracking ID, the problem is, when clicking my second tracking ID I got the same result page as my 1st tracking ID. I thought it would be different. I'm confused. The result page must be zero earnings because I just created my second hubpages account.
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