Good afternoon, I have been away for a while, and when I logged back in I disabled my Amazon affiliate account participation because my state no longer allows usto participate as an associate. (it was not a personal violation.....) Then I noticed the new Amazon program via the HP program and would like to participate that way instead. I was going to ad Amazon products to some of my hubs anyway because I do still shop there frequently and enjoy doing so. I also still have capsules on some of my hubs.
I read the FAQ's but the "External Amazon" program under the "settings" tab is asking me for my ID again, which is obviously no longer valid. What do I put there, my HP Ad Program ID?
Thank you for your time guys:)
HubPages has not yet started their in-house Amazon program, but it should be coming sometime in early January.
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