Hello fellow California hubbers,
Now that our contracts with Amazon have been cancelled, I wondered if anyone has tried to use bn.com?
I'm trying to sign up now, but it asks for "website name." With the new subdomains, I'm unsure what to do.
Ideas? Are there other book/item stores that have Affiliate programs that you use, or would suggest?
(I already use ebay.com, of course. I'm looking for other possibilities.)
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