I just want to ask if I can use the Amazon and Ebay affiliate ID that is placed on my affiliate setting on my other webpages outside hubpages. Can I apply for a new affiliate ID?
When I signed up on Hub Pages, I acknowledged that I wanted to automatically get the EBay and Amazon Affiliate IDs. But as I review my account they aren't listed .. How do I go about acquring them and put them in my account
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How do I get an Amazon affiliate ID?
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How do I get an eBay affiliate ID?
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After signing up, Commission Junction (www.cj.com) will send you a user name and password. You’ll then need to follow the next few steps:
Login to their site.
Click on the Account tabs, then Web Site settings tabs.
Copy the 7-digit number called the PID number.
Return to your my Profile page at HubPages and paste the eBay slot under Affiliate Settings.
Now you’re set to begin the eBay affiliate program.
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I tried to log in on my ebay affiliate page and I couldn't login, so I emailed their support team, they said that if there is no activity or sales for 6 months, they will authomatically deactivate the account, so member should reapply again.
Just six months. Means will have to work hard and click the first sale before that.
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