I want to monetize my newest website using Amazon so do I need a separate Amazon affiliate account?
I have an Amazon account for my Hubpages articles but have started a new wordpress website about saving money and working from home. Do I have to reapply to be an Amazon affiliate for that website? Or am I already one through Hubpages? Thanks for any info.
Yes, you need (and must have) an Amazon account for your non-Hub Pages earnings that is separate from your Hub Pages Amazon account. The FAQ has info on this here:
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