As HubPages is based in CA, they might have had their Amazon associates account disabled after the tax law. Is this true that they won't earn from the affiliate program now?
Does this mean that we have our Amazon tracking ID every time on our Amazon capsules?
I've never earned anything from Amazon Associates. Here or anywhere else that I have posted things and I've had the account for over 4 years. I'm beginning to think it's a bit questionable but who knows for sure.
So, I guess it doesn't matter if it's always my ID that comes up on my hubs that have it, no one buys anyway!
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